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Origin and Usage of “i wo”?
A colloquial way of answering negatively/dismissing an offered statement can be the use of the word(s) "i wo / iwo". The meaning of "i wo", according to Wiktionary, is this: (umgangssprachlich) ...
Feb 27 '12 at 10:59
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