The region "Telangana" has 17 entries
so a Jaan Jigri dost is your 'Liver-like Life' friend
someone who is as important as Liver is to your Life.
very. not really sure what it does but it sounds valuable. like Kidney.
The propensity that Hyderabadis have in sprinkling their Urdu with Telugu or vice-versa surpasses their rate of eating Avakaya with perugu annam.
So many a time you might hear this phrase and assume it is some incomprehensible dravidian term but wait listen again....
power star cinema ra boss! chooddaamaa? 1st day 1st show? PANJAA.....
(it is power star's film, should we go watch it? 1st day 1st show, CLAW!)
tatikola veera varaprasada krishna sastry:
entra bai joke aa? flop anta kada, antha Jaan-Jigri aithe nuvve vellu!
(what man, is this a joke? it is a flop no? if so much LIVER-like LIFE-like feelings, you only go no!)
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With a period not a question mark to punctuate, mind it.
The true blue Hyderabadi's way of accepting, agreeing and accompanying the infamous Indian Head Bob.
The better half of Jee-Haan, Haan-Jee, Saray-Saray, Oui-Oui, Si-Si and so on.
Better coz it is distracting.
When you open your mouth to do the H of the How, the opponent thinks you are about to protest but in fact you end up in tandem with him/her.
Whattay KLPD! No?
How better to agree but also get your kick while doing so!
Probably comes from a combination of:
Hindustani Haan +Telugu habit of ending with a 'U'
Haaaanuuuuuuuu slowly becomes H.O.W.
*How* my explanation?
Pathar Gatti aathay?
lazy laala replies half-asleep:
after a few minutes kanakaambaram who has been waiting for his highness to put his butt to action:
Kya jee, aathay ki nai ki chupeech bolray?
making a huge effort to open the upper half of his eyelids:
How-How, aaroon, abheech, jaldi nakko karo, ek chai peelo!
(I lost Rs. 1000 today).
what brother this is really cool, is it a computer or a book?
a Bodhan boy on seeing Kindle for the first time.
wokaynow, when you say the 2nd half of the word, let the 'n' get stuck between your throat and nose. you almost don't say it.
ess ess, it is a nasal sound. kind of throaty too.
like that only the Ms will speak no? funny sounds they hau.
guttarals it seems.
TALK is what they mean by Baataan.
in plural. is what you think! silly Amit fellow.
in avar Hyderabad no, we use it with any Noun, at any time,
just ala. chumma. oorkay.
that is the Mark of a Hyderabadi, maama!
shaam ko aarain tum, Charminaaraan ko, haath nakko do iss baar!
(evening coming you? to Charminaar-aan? don't give hand this time!)
arre, kaiko aise bolre chicha! mai kab atoon bola aur haath diya? aisee bataan kare tho pindi mein mil jatee na izzat meri!
(why saying this uncle? when say I come and not come? like this Talk-aan you do means what will happen to my honour?)
Charminaaraan-ki-Qasam! kya chillar bataan karta re tu pheku!
(what-in-the-holy-name-of-Charminaar-aan! what ridiculous talk-aan you do, cad!)
Bhejo. Pampinchu. Annuppu.
With a quirk. If it is kirr, it must be Hyderabadi!
ghar ku bhijao jee, aur kahaan ku bhijaate kahte? meri amma ki jaan le liye naa ab meri bhee khaarain! bas bas ho gaya na, izzat tho meri pindi mein mil gayee dekho...and so on ad infinitum till either the shopkeeper goes away for lunch or the bibiji gets too hot in her black number.
noun+'aan': delectably Hyderabadi as in 'chor+aan=choraan'
IMP NOTE - nasal and the 'n' not to be pronounced
literally: cheapskate, loser, despicable sub-standard guy
hum bhee peechayeech hain tumhaaray" OP Nayyar Redux
Never was an adverb so sexy. S.L.O.W
Hoalay Hoalay becomes Hallu Hallu in Hyderabadese
It rhymes with Ghallu Ghallu,
- which is Telugu for Payal Ki Jhankaar
'zarra hallu karo na'
(do it slowly)
enti you ask? what? aBBaaaaaa! *beats head*