It means "we are at home" in the Bavarian dialect. Mia san dahoam = wir sind daheim = wir sind zuhause = we are at home
mia san mia
Do you mean 'alles ordnung'? That means OK. It literally translates as 'everything is in order'
"We are who we are" is an English equivalent of the German phrase Mia San Mia. The phrase originates in Bavarian German and most famously relates to the impressive Bayern soccer players.
Alles Gute can be translated as:All the best.Congratulations. The standard use of that phrase is for "Happy Birthday!": alles Gute sum Geburtstag!
Alles einpacken is German for I'll take it all or pack everything.
"We are who we are." It is a Bavarian saying. In German, to say "We are we" you say "Wir sind wir". In southern German dialects like Swabian or Bavarian, "wir" becomes "mir". In Bavarian the "r" almost disappears and becomes "a". In Bavarian dialect, the "sind" becomes "san". So you get "mia san mia" instead of "mir sind mir" instead of "wir sind wir," literally "we are we," but meaning "we are who we are," an expression of regional pride.
Mia Marcus was born in San Juan, in Rizal, Philippines.
Veigen betekent alles !
heute geb' ich alles = today I give all
This is Literally, "alles fit im schritt" is "everything fit in step."
mia mia ta chia has no meaning in Hebrew.