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badmash

\bud-maash\
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Noun.
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Definition

Its import spans from impish petty larceny to 'sirius maphia'' in terms of villainy.
A toss up of Bad-Mash is "Bura-Bharta"

Usage

Which badmash has made such a "Bura-Bharta" of this ?
Added 2012-07-10 by Bijnan

Root

Hindi

Region

North India

Terms referencing this

KD, dubox, Mockaterian
+ 2 more definitions. SEE ALL

Budamkay

\Bu Dum Kay\
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Definition

Often used to describe a little thing or a short person or a little child

Usage

"pove potti budamkay.. nuvve poylo vankay"
Added 2011-12-21 by yogi

Root

Telugu

Region

Andhra

Related Terms

buddadhi, Buddodu
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Adjective. July 10, 2012, Word of the Day
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Definition

Naughty. Mischevious. Always upto some manner of kirik.

Often used by mummies to lovingly excuse the shenanigans of their bratty, destructive offspring.

Usage

Mrs. Ahluwalia : "Mrs. Khalsa! Your son broke my car window with his cricket ball! That's the fourth time this year he's damaged my property!"


Mrs. Khalsa, amused : "oho, relax yaar. He's a young boy, total badmaash, just like his father. "
* looks fondly at her son*
"So he broke your window. Ki farak painda hai? I'm sure you can afford to get it repaired."

Mrs. Khalsa gets a righteous one tight slap on her thobra, courtesy the much annoyed Mrs. Ahluwalia.

Added 2011-11-13 by Surdie Birdie

Root

Hindi

Region

North India

Categories

WALTO

Terms referencing this

KD, dubox, Mockaterian
+ 2 more definitions. SEE ALL

badtameez

\budd-tum-ease\
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Adjective.
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Definition

Mannerless. Insulting. Unrefined. Impolite.

Often used along with besharam.

Usage

"Badtameez! Sharam nahi aati tumhe aise baat karte? Hum tumhari zubaan kheech lenge!"

Translation :

"Mannerless fellow! You feel no shame talking like this? I will pull your tongue out!"

Added 2011-10-24 by Surdie Birdie

Root

Urdu

Region

North India

Terms referencing this

besharam
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Exclamation.
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Definition

Literally translating to "interest-son", this popular Kannada bad word is steeped in feudal traditions. Back in the day, when poor peasants did not have money to pay interest on the loans they borrowed from zamindars, they sent their wives as "interest" to the zamindar. The son born out of this interest (baddi) is called a baddi-maga.

Usage

"Lei, baddi magane, byavarsi, laude ka baal! Horgade baaro, nodkothini!"
(You interest-son, bastard, hair-on-privates! Come outside, I'll fuck your happiness!")
"Hogallo, nimmajji."
(Fuckoff, your grandmother.)
Added 2011-10-19 by TNagarTornado

Root

Kannada

Region

Karnataka

Categories

People, Money & Business

Related Terms

hawala

Bhootni ke

\bhootnee kay\
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Phrase.
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Definition

A term of endearment, generally used between and for male friends.

Usage

Bhootni ke, behenchod itne dinon se kahan marwa raha tha? (Bhootni ke, fucker, where you been all these days?)
Added 2011-08-09 by pee_mmm
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Noun.
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Definition

Meaning "rascal" in Hindi. But generally used across languages to signfiy somebody mischievous or rascally who engages in anti-social behavior.

Usage

That fellow is even worse than a badmash. He is a 420.
Added 2011-06-28 by Dishoom Dishoom

Root

Hindi

Region

North India

Categories

WALTO

Related Terms

rascal, rowdy, goonda, KD

Terms referencing this

KD, dubox, Mockaterian
+ 2 more definitions. SEE ALL