Derived from italian, “Ke nova” translates to “What’s new?”. It’s a greeting in Boka exspressing interest your health, your family, world affairs, any new wars, etc. Or even local matters, like the performance of “Primorac” team. Responses range from a simple “Well, here we are” when all is well, to a torrent of words if there is something something important to share. Sometimes the asker regrets posing a question. Usually it goes something like this “Ke nova?” “Well, here we are. And you?” “Well, here we are.” Its mutual understanding. And you, ke nova?