Yalla

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Yalla, also spelled Yallah, is a common expression denoting "come on", "let's get going", or mostly meaning "hurry up". Originally an Egyptian Arabic slang (يلا/يللا/ياللا) composed of two parts Ya-lah meaning "Come on boy!", it good widely spread among the region due to its use in Egyptian movies and songs, it has also then been adopted in the Persian, Turkish, and Hebrew languages. Many Armenians (primarily those from MENA countries) also use the term.


Yalla may also refer to:

Entertainment and arts[edit]

Music[edit]

  • Yalla, a folk band from Uzbekistan
  • Yalla, third solo album by UK musician Thomas White
  • The Yalla Yallas, a UK based punk rock band

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Television and Film[edit]

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