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Noun.
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Definition

Thithi refers to funeral rites, performed by children on the death of their parents. Slang, used to threaten someone of dire consequences.
Also means 'date' in Kannada calendar.

Usage

Mugger: Magane, purse illi kodu, illa thithi maadi bidthene nindu. ( handover your purse, or lose your life)

Koli Nanja to rival gangster: Obbane Sigu Magane elladru, thithi maadi bidthene. (let me find you alone somewhere, it will go badly for you)

Somu uncle to nephew: vaara thithi yaavdu nodaDhe adenu maduveno nindu? ( what kind of a marriage is this without consulting the calendar for auspicious dates?)


Added 2012-10-14 by Abbepari

Root

Kannada

Region

Karnataka

Related Terms

Vaara

thooth

\th-ooo-th\
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Noun.
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Definition

often used term in Gully Cricket, when a fielder lets the ball go between his hands/legs.

Usage

'Aye don't put Raju in the mid-wicket position da. Hé's one big thooth party'
Added 2012-09-02 by who_me

Root

Kannada

Region

All India

Related Terms

Gully cricket
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Noun.
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Definition

When the locative "uth" suffix of Tamil is appended to the English word "time", you are left with an entirely Tamil word "tayath" denoting a curious mix of punctuality and discipline. Most Tamilians don't know it's an English word until fairly late in their lives when they encounter its sister-term "systeth"

Usage

"Tayath-la kulicchu, tayath-la saapdanum."
Added 2012-08-10 by TNagarTornado

Root

Tamil

Region

Tamil Nadu

Terms referencing this

systeth

todu

\tor-du\
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Adjective. July 27, 2012, Word of the Day
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Definition

Tod in Hindi literally means to break. However, todu is used as a from of exclamation to describe something incredible.

Usage

Raju: How does the paan taste??
Suresh : Todu hai! ( it's todu!)

Kamal: Abe woh ladki todu hai! ( dude, that girl is "todu''!)
Vimal: Jyada mat bol, uska bhai thujko "tod" dega. (don't look at her, her brother will break you)

Added 2012-04-10 by Setting

Root

Hindi

Region

All India

Related Terms

garda

Terms referencing this

phataphati, garda
7 0
Adjective.
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Definition

Two (meant emphatically or bitterly; literal translation from Hindi)

Usage

Hai, she's having two-two boyfriends, what a besharam!
Added 2012-03-07 by Jaime X. Alonso
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Verb.
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Definition

To have a bad or superior attitude.

Usage

Ganesh: Why is your collar up?
Mangesh: Why because, I got into IIT.
Ganeshi: Oye, useless fellow. Are you going to lagao thadi now?
Added 2012-01-03 by IndianInCowboyCountry

Root

Bambaiya

Region

All India
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Verb.
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Definition

literally translates to shit or is used to describe something as being absolutely horrible.

Usage

Rohan: Ajay's gone to do tatti.
or
Rohan: That exhibition was absolutely tatti.

Added 2011-12-21 by JustSomebody

Root

Unknown

Region

All India

Terms referencing this

jhop
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Exclamation.
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Definition

A more efficient, biting way of saying "Thoo!". Addressee is usually overwhelmed by shame and cowers in a corner. Addressor may feel a disproportionate sense of power.

Especially effective when critiquing substandard Kannada projects and when combined with said project flinging.

Usage

Teacher: Gautam, nin project yelli?! Ivatt kone chance anta nennene helde!
(Gautam, where is your project? Yesterday only I told you today's your last chance)

Gautam: Ide Uncle, bari staple matra madbeku
(It's there, Uncle, I only have to staple it)

Teacher: Parvagilla, togondba
(It's Ok, bring it)

Gautam (reluctantly bringing one A4 size paper with four lines on it)

Teacher: THATH!

Added 2011-11-27 by gunfightkanchana

Root

Kannada

Region

All India

Categories

WALTO

Related Terms

Thath-theri, Thoo
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Exclamation.
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Definition

Common expression when saying your farewells, especially if children are involved.

Usage

“Say ta-ta. Taaa-taaaa…”
Added 2011-09-25 by oldathai

Root

English

Region

All India

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tata
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Adjective.
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Definition

Cool guy/gal spelling for the word "THOUGHT". In rampant use on the Facebook and Text Messages.

Usage

Girl's status message on Facebook: gud mrng frens... (sent from BlackBerry)
Boy's comment: babeeeeeeeee, i thot n thot n thot bout u all nite.
Added 2011-09-06 by pee_mmm

Root

English

Region

All India

Related Terms

(sent from BlackBerry), frens

Terms referencing this

lyk
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Noun.
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Definition

Nipple, Ayyo thu, ladice nippallu. Nip in the air. A bra-less ladice the naughty Indian aunty may show it off to you from under her nightee or blouse if you are lucky or terribly unlucky.

Usage

Poli Pandu whispers to Goli Gopi while ogling Anita aunty who is washing her petticoats and and bodys on the wash stone: "Ley Ley Ley Ley Gopi, 'thottu' nodalaaa" (Look at the nipples)
Added 2011-09-04 by I love Dtool

Root

Kannada

Region

Karnadaga

Tota

\Tow-Ta\
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Adjective.
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Definition

Young girl with amorous promise.

Usage

"Yaar mall chhadh, Rajouri market chalde han, othey tote wadhiya aande ne"

(Man, leave the malls alone, let us go to Rajouri market instead, the tota's there are superb!)

Added 2011-09-04 by mps_delhi

Root

Punjabi

Region

North India

Related Terms

Kanya, Maal, KiLi
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Adverb.
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Definition

Literally, a little bit.

Used as a figurative substitute for 'please'.

Used very often as part of a request. Useful and invoked ubiquitously since asking a favour or swalpa adjust maadi is an inescapable part of daily routine. Liberally sprinkled in Bambaiya-speak.

Usage

"Thoda side please" (Would you excuse me a little please?)

"Thoda idhar aana." (Could you please come here?)

"Thoda humlog udhar aarai" (We are coming over, if you don't mind.)

Added 2011-09-02 by GoodCumbany

Root

Hindi

Region

Mumbai

Related Terms

swalpa adjust maadi
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Noun.
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Definition

hot girl...

Usage

Vinod and Balram outside girls college... on spotting a beautiful and hot girl, Ram exclaimed "Dekh kya totta hai.."
Added 2011-08-21 by hazel

Root

Punjabi

Region

All India

Related Terms

Pataki

Terms referencing this

Pattolle, maal
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Phrase.
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Definition

1. Bye-bye, good bye
2. The name of a prominent parsi company in India started by the famous JRD Tata.

Usage

Rinku, Daddys going to the gulf on an assignment from TATA and coming back only in December. Tata bye bye Tata.
Added 2011-07-29 by porkipaya

Root

English

Region

All India

Related Terms

Horn Ok Please

Terms referencing this

Ta-ta, Lets make a move

TWT

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Abbreviation.
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Definition

Time Wasting Tactics - to delay by doing some useless thing . We Indians love acronyms.

Usage

Sykil: Roger, let's go to the staff room man. We have to carry all the books to class, remember?
Roger: Five minutes da, I made a mistake in my book, have to erase the entire page!
Sykil: Bugger full TWT eh?
Added 2011-07-15 by sykil

Root

English

Related Terms

Timepass

Definition

Balls, cojones, gote, testicles, testes...

Usage

Pillion rider: Man, take it slow will you! Tatte dukh rahe hain (my balls hurt)...
Added 2011-07-07 by Bloodsells

Root

Urdu

Categories

WALTO

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kottay
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Noun.
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Definition

Potent alcoholic beverage made from palm sap which is extremely popular among mals. Sold in small kadas all across Kerala legally and illegally and drunk in large quantities to relax after a hard day’s work.

Usage

Solomon Jacob Thakalil: Trash the vodka, da; pass me some toddy, I tell you!
Added 2011-07-06 by Yummacchi

Root

Malayalam

Region

Kerala

Categories

Food and Drink

Related Terms

arrack

Terms referencing this

jungli, fit, Small, quarter govindan, kallukudiyan
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Adjective.
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Definition

1. a happy state of being inebriated. Unlike "drunk", people actually agree to being"Toit", possibly because of the other meaning below.

2. Used to describe somebody whose sexiness quotient is beyond which any Useful English word can describe.

3. a cosy little pub in Bangalore.

Usage

Dominic: What maam? The chicks at Toit pub are waste. Thuh!

Arjun: Don't worry maam. Put some kudix, get Toit and all ladice will start looking full Toit like anything.

Added 2011-07-01 by Kudix

Root

English

Region

India

Categories

Places, Food and Drink

Terms referencing this

pecos
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Noun.
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Definition

Translation of the Hindi / Urdu word for feces. Tuttee literally means "shit."

Usage

Mother: Don't step in the tuttee!
Son: But it's everywhere!
Mother: Chee! This neighborhood has really gone to the dogs.
Son: There are cows everywhere!
Mother: OK, that's better. Cow tuttee brings good luck.
Added 2011-06-25 by mainmacha

Region

North India

Categories

Very Bad Words

Terms referencing this

goo khau, Saani, kakoos, Indian toilet, Number two, Motion, TUP
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Noun.
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Definition

Literally, the Tamil word for grandfather.

Usage

"Namaskaraam Thatha!" or even "Come, let's respectfully do a namaskaraam to Thatha to seek his blessings before going to US." Alternatively: "God, it's such torture to sit next to Thatha at meals. Hell is the sound of his toothless chewing."
Added 2011-06-22 by mainmacha

Root

Tamil

Categories

WALTO

Related Terms

Apoopan, Achachan, Dada, Dadaji

Terms referencing this

Ajji, thatha cycle, Uncleji