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- 八個雅鹿, 八格牙魯
From Japanese 馬鹿野郎 (ばかやろう, bakayarō, "idiot"). Popularised by TV series on the Second Sino-Japanese War in Mainland China, where the use of this interjection by Japanese officers usually symbolises the brutality of the Japanese army. Often pronounced /ˈbagəjalu/. See also 日本軍隊中國語 ("Chinese language spoken by the Japanese army") on Wikipedia.
八格牙路 (traditional and simplified, Pinyin bāgéyálù)Last modified on 31 January 2013, at 03:37