hdd asked in Society & CultureLanguages · 1 decade ago

"du hast mich" is it true that its also a slang for "you have my dick"?

Update:

"you have my d ick"

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    Lv 4
    1 decade ago
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    Du hast mich = you have me

    Du hattest mich = you had me

    Du hasst mich = you hate me

    du = you (in informal form)

    hast = have (verb inflected due to 'du')

    hattest = had (verb inflected due to 'du')

    mich = 'me' in English, accusative form of Ich

    Or, you can say

    Ich habe dich

    'I have you'

    Ich hatte dich

    'I had you'

    Ich = I

    habe = have (verb inflected due to 'ich')

    hatte = have (verb inflected due to 'ich')

    dich = 'you', in accusative form

  • 1 decade ago

    No, it's not! Actually, if it's the song I'm thinking (Rammstein, most likely.) They're saying 'Du. Du hast. Du Hast Mich.' Which is 'You. You hate. You hate me.'

  • 1 decade ago

    du hast mich = you've got me! Nothing else.

    What lolzomgn wrote is wrong. What he meant is:

    du hasst mich = you hate me.

    but Rammstein don't sing/mean that.

    du. du hast. du hast mich = you. you have. you have got me!

    sorry, no dick, no hate ;-)

  • Rain
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    du hast mich: you have me or you got me

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  • 1 decade ago

    It means you have me. When spoken it could mean you hate me or you have me. You need to follow the context.

  • 1 decade ago

    no.... lol

    =D

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