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The Coxford Singlish Dictionary|
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ALAMAK (Contributed by Vidya Hable)
An Malay expression of dismay, surprise or alarm that has long been rumoured to mean "Allah's mother" but more likely comes either from the Arabic "Allah Ma'ak", meaning, "God be with you" or "Allah maaf kar" meaning "God forgive you".
"Alamak! Why you go and do this sort of stupid thing?"