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Literally translating to "interest-son", this popular Kannada bad word is steeped in feudal traditions. Back in the day, when poor peasants did not have money to pay interest on the loans they borrowed from zamindars, they sent their wives as "interest" to the zamindar. The son born out of this interest (baddi) is called a baddi-maga.
Added 2011-10-19 by TNagarTornado