A phrase which is translated literally from Hebrew to English. Used as an adjective to describe an eccentric experience or object, usually replaces the word very, or in a meaning for something extremely good.
The party was a shame on the time (extremely good).
It is a shame on the time hot today.
He is a shame on the time angry at me.
作者 tanja 2005年3月22日

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