The definitive guide to South Asian lingo

The region "Andhra Pradesh Telengana" has 4 entries

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Phrase.
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Definition

when a person is free and does not know what to do
and when somebody wants to ridicule you that you are always free
and sometimes when friends ask you to come to meet , then you sarcastically say......... "What do you think of me do you think that I don't have no work and no song" this phrase originated from telugu saying "pani paata ledanukuntunnava"

Usage

sarcastically and funny:

What, pick you up, ah? You think I have no work and no song, is it? I'm not your driver!

Added 2013-01-29 by rao
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Exclamation.
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Definition

Literally, "your grave!". Used when someone acts like a duffer, or says something to rile you.

Usage

Ravi: Heard you are putting full maska on Revathi ma'm?
Kriti: Nee bondha! why would I do that?
Added 2011-07-26 by chota samosa
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Phrase.
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Definition

That is the Matter.
that is the deal.
that is the issue.
that is what it is.
so stop being so incredulous. told you no.
close that open mouth.
hence.
therefore.
full concise complete conclusion.
saray na?
We Telugus no, we like mixing and matching.
koncham English koncham Telugu
bagundaa?
good-aa?

Usage

1st Assistant: aithay she was looking TIP TOP and all okay but she can't speak Telugu at all ya. why only we must take all naarth gurlz? now i only have to teach her dialogues while she is laughing laughing at my mother tongue saying jalebi jalebi. how bad no? tchaa Adi Matter. I yam fed up with these fair-y queens.
2nd Assistant: ....see Ileana is speaking Telugu no, Genelia also?
1st Assistant: speaking with bodies vonly, anthay!
Added 2011-07-18 by korivikaram
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Exclamation. July 19, 2011, Word of the Day
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Definition

A deprecating WOW.
it is a compliment but not fully so, some part of you is envious, jealous and you are not a wimp: you shall show it.
Predominantly heard emanating from an insincere woman's mouth.
A once over and rolling of eyes accompany this word.
It is different from Abbaa very different in form and feel.

Usage

Pankajam: how do you like my new Guntur Zari (aka sari of a certain kind)
Seethalakshmi: Abbo! what are you dressing up for? Boy is coming, aa? To see?
(A traditional but modern custom where boys and girls get to meet for the first time in front of all their relatives and their relatives' relatives)
Added 2011-07-07 by korivikaram

Root

Telugu

Related Terms

Abbaa