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Ogut Meaning In Bahasa Indonesia

Halo semuanya, apa kabar? This time, we're gonna talk about the meaning of slang word in Bahasa Indonesia, that is ogut. Ogut mainly used in Jakarta. We will also be going to watch a scene that I took from an Indonesian movie, Doyok Otoy Ali (DOA): Cari Jodoh, where this word is spoken.

Ogut Meaning In Bahasa Indonesia

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So, let's talk about this word.

Ogut In Bahasa Indonesia

Ogut is slang for I am in Bahasa Indonesia. Usually used by Betawinese people, in Jakarta. Actually, there are a lot of ways to say I'm in Bahasa Indonesia. For example, we can say [ogut], [gue], [aye], [ane]. Those 4 are used mostly in Jakarta, and other places in Indonesia have their own way of saying I'm but we're not going to talk about that right now.

Right now, we're just going to talk about [ogut]. So, [ogut] means I'm. This term is a slang word, so you better use this word only with a close friend.

How to Pronounce Ogut

Let's hear how to pronounce ogut down below.


Next, let's hear how to pronounce this word.

Ogut In a Movie Scene

Let's watch the scene from an Indonesian movie, DOA: Cari Jodoh, down below.


The conversation in that scene with English translation is as follows.
Ali: Yul. (Yul.) 
Yuli: He? (What?) 
Ali: Yuli. (Yuli.) 
Yuli: Apaan sih? (What?!) 
Ali: Ogut kalo lagi kaga ada dicariin mulu. Giliran ada malah mesraan sama hape. (If I'm not here, you are looking for me. And now I'm here, but you're busy with your mobile phone.) 
Yuli: Ya elah, bang. Ini kan Yuli lagi ikut kuis. Lumayan, kali! Kalo menang hadiahnya jalan-jalan ke pantai, lho. (Oh my! Right now, I'm taking a contest. The prize is quite good! If I win, we're going to go to the beach.)
You can just change I'm with [ogut] as simple as that. You can use it as a subject or you can use it as an object. In Bahasa Indonesia, there is no subject pronoun or object pronoun. You can use it wherever you want.

You can use it as simple as that, but let's see a few sentences using this word.

Example Sentences Using Ogut

Here are 3 example sentences using the word ogut.

Example Sentences
English Translation
1. Ogut jemput bokin dulu ye.
1. I’m going to pick up my wife now.
2. Eh, sendal ogut jangan ente embat gitu, ngapa?
2. Hey, don’t take my flip flop!
3. Ogut cabut dulu dah ah.

3. I’m taking a leave now.

I think that's all for now. If you have any questions regarding this topic, just write down in the comment section. Thanks and I'll talk to you soon. Bubye now.

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