The definitive guide to South Asian lingo

The region "Mumbai Bombay" has 18 entries

Afeem

\aa-phee-em\
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Exclamation.
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Definition

A superlative experience, mostly w.r.t. food, hangout addas, looks.
Used to describe "quasi-orgasmic" exhilaration.

Usage

1.) That new place has awesome tortillas, Afeem!!!

2.) Hey An**a ( a girl)!!! yellow digs on u, Afeem!!

Added 2014-01-20 by Booklet

Root

Bambaiya

Related Terms

Jhakaas, bindaas

Borkut

\borekoooot\
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Noun.
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Definition

Borkut is a brand name for powder form of zizyphus available in plastic pouches.

Usage

Pappu: dipu i have 50 paise, what to do with it...
Dipu: Lets go to lalji bhai's shop and have 2 packets of borkut
Added 2011-12-27 by Vkasa

Root

Bambaiya

Related Terms

Glug, Rasna, Biscooot
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Adjective. November 16, 2011, Word of the Day
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Definition

A versatile word typically used to mean "finished" as in "done for" but, in a pinch, can be used as an adjective for something superb.

Context will shed light on the particular nuance used.

Usage

Fictional Character, Well Meaning and Somewhat Heroic But Systematically Foiled: This country is funtoosh, I tell you! The spectrum rajas are taking over, waste fellows are in gorement and who's there for you and I? Thatandoldonask. Soon there will be nothing left but Swiss accounts.

Or

Coming to my party? Funtoosh, yaar!

Added 2011-10-21 by mainmacha

Root

Neologism

Categories

WALTO

Terms referencing this

kwaatle, khatarnaak

Definition

Chicken without onion.

Usage

Nilesh Jain : Waiter! Ek plate Chicken biryani. Aur haan! Pyaaz mat dhalna.

(Waiter! One plate Chicken Biryani. And yes! No onion.)

Ramu : Arrey! You don't eat onion?

Nilesh : Naa re. I'm Jain. No onion. No garlic.

Added 2011-10-19 by Basically Acidic

Root

Hindi

Categories

Food and Drink

Related Terms

Jain, Onion, Chicken 65, Biryani

Terms referencing this

Leg pees

aaicha gho

\aai-chaa-gho\
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Phrase.
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Definition

Mother's(aai) husband(gho); literally your father.

Usage

Could be used instead of fuck, Aaicha Gho I failed again. or Tuzhya aaicha gho ( your dad) in response to an insult
Added 2011-09-22 by bombaybugger
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Phrase.
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Definition

This expression has the potential to be grammatically incorrect in every way should you consider pure "shud" Hindi, but is bandied about with reckless abandon in Mumbai. It means "to ask for" or "to desire."

See also Dil Mangta Hai.

Usage

Abey, kya mangta hai?

(Abey, what is he asking for?)

Coffee mangta hai? Let's go to CCD.

Added 2011-09-20 by mainmacha

Root

Bambaiya

Related Terms

jugaad, Dil

Terms referencing this

pakhia

chitku

\pro-nunn-see-ay-shun\
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Noun.
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Definition

parasite; unwanted company

Usage

Raghu is such a chitku yaar. I had to tell him I am out of station to get rid of him.
Added 2011-09-13 by Bimawala

Root

Bambaiya

Related Terms

Nakshatrika
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Adjective.
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Definition

The person who declares his victory without assessing his capabilities or the final result or situations,
a guy who acts too smart, overconfident

Usage

mohan: look at mayank...doing stunts on his new bike.
sohan : sala, bahut maikal banta hai ....what if he breaks his legs???
Added 2011-09-12 by Jalebi

Root

English

Related Terms

rowdy, peter, Mary, Maka Paao, Meter
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Noun.
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Definition

When things go haywire-not according to plan.Embarrasing situation.

Usage

Saala! Ekich time pe dono girlfriend bajaar mein mil gayein! Kya solid gochi ho gayi re!

(Saala! At the same time, both your girlfriends bumped into you at the bajaar. What a gochi!)

Added 2011-09-12 by krazeee

Root

Bambaiya

Related Terms

full confoos, Gadbad, Lau Failure

Terms referencing this

Dama
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Phatka maar

\pro-nunn-see-ay-shun\
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Verb.
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Definition

wipe clean, with a cloth - phatka - that is usually so dirty that it increases the infection potenial multiple fold.

Usage

Paaji (Dhaba owner): "Oye Chhottu, chal phatka maar, dekhta nahin customer aaya hai."

(Oye, Chottu, phatka maar, can't you see the customer's here?!)

NRI Customer: "Chodo bhai, jara tissue paper leke aao."

(Let it be, brother, just bring me some tissue paper).

Paaji: "Here only old newspaper sir, chalega?"

NRI customer (grinning sheepishly): Leave it, mai baad mein ayega."

(Leave it, I'll be back later *bolts).

Added 2011-09-12 by Bimawala