The definitive guide to South Asian lingo

The region "Hindi Belt" has 9 entries

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Noun.
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Definition

Great word for face which finds many uses. When a friend claims, Sachin nay senchury maara lekin usko doh life mile. Mujhe doh life milta to mai bhai senchury maarta, you say, "Saale kabhi thobda dekha hai apna sheeshe mein". Or if you are really angry at someone and want to get back at him you say, Mai uska thobda bigaad doonga.

Usage

Uske thobde ka naqsha badal doonga.
Added 2013-11-04 by Paanini

Root

Hindi

Region

Hindi belt

Related Terms

face cut
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Noun.
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Definition

Typical Indian euphemism for Roadside Weigh Stations. Literal translation is "righteous duty thorn". Dharam Kaantas are found scattered along highways where "lorries" ferrying goods are weighed. In actuality the Kaanta refers to the pointer on the scale on which weighing is done. Weighing of commercial vehicles is for the purpose of collecting road use tax, so one can imagine what the righteous duty thorns, i.e. weigh station workers, would be doing here. Wink wink, nudge nudge, pay me a few and I'll declare your lorry underweight, dharam jaaye bhaad mein.

Usage

Dharam Kaanta - belonging to Pistol Singh of Gram Rewari, very reliable and honest service.
Added 2013-09-28 by Paanini

Root

Hindi

Region

Hindi Belt

Categories

Money & Business, WALTO

-panti

\pun-tee\
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Definition

A suffix commonly used after many words to signify the actions of that word. A few examples are:
chutiya+panti= chutiyapanti
harami+panti= haramipanti
pagal+panti= pagalpanti etc.

Usage

bahut ho gayi tumhari pagalpanti...
Added 2011-09-07 by pee_mmm

Root

Hindi

Region

Hindi Belt

Related Terms

pagalpanti, haramipanti

Terms referencing this

-esh

Definition

The phrase is used to emphasise the greater experience and knowledge in the matter under discussion and is also used to put down the other party.

Usage

Added 2011-09-01 by pee_mmm

Root

Hindi

Region

Hindi Belt

Categories

School and College

Related Terms

bachchey, laundiyabaaji, Beta
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Verb.
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Definition

Idling away...
doing nothing worthwhile.

Usage

Bhenchod, this the limit. I mean, I was up studying all night, and Baap sochta hai, main jhak maar raha tha.
Added 2011-08-27 by pee_mmm

Root

Hindi

Region

Hindi Belt

Related Terms

Baap, Timepass

Definition

Literally, I give a fuck as long as my things are done. The world may go and get its mother fucked.
The phrase signifies the utter selfishness on the part of the person it is attributed to and also disinterest, rather complete lack of interest.
The phrase, interestingly has close relation to another phrase gaand marae duniya, hum bajae harmonia

Usage

Boss, you must be totally naive to think that politicos reaaly give a fuck about what will happen to Anna if they don't act fast. You know their attitude. Apna kaam banta, maa chudaye janta...
Added 2011-08-27 by pee_mmm
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Noun.
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Definition

Pubic hair

Usage

Wo apni jhaant ke baal shave karta hai!
Added 2011-08-23 by pee_mmm

Root

Hindi

Region

Hindi Belt

Categories

Very Bad Words

Related Terms

jhaant pakoda

Terms referencing this

Mairu, Mair, jhantoo

Definition

a phrase employed to signify great anger accompanied by frustration.
Literally- pubic hair turning red.

Usage

Team Leader to Team Member: We are discussing highly pertinent facts here and all you can think of is taking a smoke break! Dude, tumhare iss attitude se meri jhaantey lal ho jaati hain.
Added 2011-08-23 by pee_mmm

Root

Hindi

Region

Hindi Belt

Related Terms

Myrrha

Terms referencing this

jhaant kabaadna, jhaantu
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Phrase.
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Definition

The phrase is employed to signify utter disgust on the part speaker.
Literal meaning is "go, get your mom fucked"

Usage

Frustrated guy at DDA office: Bhenchod, subah se ghoom raha hoon ki koi mujhe bata de ki mera kaam kahan hoga, per kisi behen ke laudey ne batay bhi nahin. Maa chudao, behenchodon.
Added 2011-08-23 by pee_mmm

Root

Hindi

Region

Hindi Belt

Categories

Very Bad Words

Related Terms

Behen ka lauda, DDA

Terms referencing this

maa-ki-kirkiri, maghya