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    Anonymous

    It is a Serbian exclamation to mean hey, woe or alas and is pronounced like YOY.
    It also means 'to her' as the dative form of she. But this topic is about the exclamation.

    You can hear it in the beginning of this song called Tandrčak
    GOCA TANDRCAK

    in this song called Mesećina
    Wedding song from movie Underground

    in this song called Joj Rado, Joj Radmila
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c_wbhpBlgew#ws

    #430307

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    It is a Serbian exclamation to mean hey, woe or alas and is pronounced like YOY.

    In Polish it also means woe, ex. we say 'oh yo yoy' to express sadness or pain.

    You can hear it in the beginning of this song called Tandrčak
    GOCA TANDRCAK

    The beginning of the song you posted resembles Polish folk song "Two little hearts", where such exclamaition can be heard :)

    Mazowsze "Dwa serduszka" (The Little Hearts)

    #430308

    Anonymous

    We say "joj" ,or "auč" xD

    #430309

    Anonymous

    The links didn't open up as videos. So this is a test.
    One of the links.
    Miroslav Ilić – Joj, Rado, joj, Radmila (LIVE @ Mostar '85)

    #430310

    Anonymous

    Lepa Brena in Miki Moj
    Lepa Brena – Miki Moj + Tekst

    #430311

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    We say "joj" ,or "auč" xD

    Hahaha we also say "auć" or "aua" :D

    #352744

    Anonymous

    joj or jao, and avaj also, but avaj is a bit written version, that appear in older trainslations of shakespeare or antic greek dramas 

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