"Susu" means breast in Filipino.
It means urine in Hindi. But such things are bound to happen. Clash of the languages
It also has the same meaning in a certain place and situation here. However, payudara is commonly used in academic ambience
You best me to it. It's why it's so easy for me to remember.
Informally, susu also means breast in indonesian
btw "suka" (stress on the 1st syllable) means ❤❤❤❤❤ in Russian :P couldn't stop giggling wgen saw this
In Chinese, Susu means Uncle. (formal address of a man around one generation older than you).
Now you can giggle while being polite in China.
It's actually shu shu
That depends on northern or southern accent.
Susu has two meaning
Saya = I
Suka = like
Susu = milk.
Susu means a kind of vegetable in Vietnamese :)))))
I thought it was Suso. Also suso means snail in Tagalog
Suka means either vinegar in Tagalog or vomit depending on the context.
Rame ei didie hehe
I like Bulma