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Adjective.
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Definition

it means some random usage of person place or thing

Usage

us bhalti jagah pe kyo ja rahe ho,
bhalti baat mat karo

"Why are you going to that bhalti place?"
"Don't talk bhalti matters..."

Added 2013-08-25 by prik

Root

Multiple

Region

indore

Related Terms

Bakwaas, Bakwas bandh kar

Bladu

\blay- deh \
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Verb.
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Definition

Blaydu i.e blade is the Chennai slang for the merciless, insanely boring chatter one inflicts on the other. The word is usually used in combination with a throat-slicing gesture made with the hand . It is also accompanied with eye- rolling.

Usage

Suresh mama - "Aah sildren, when eye was yuvar aze, i usuvally walked to school tonty miles awey. Eye never was scolded by teezers . eye was model student, ask mummy if you want............... (Blah blah blah, why bother with the rest of suresh mama's blathering ???)
(tranlslation, in case you are not able to read this typical example of mallu english ( i am half mallu myself )

Suresh Mama - Aaah, children , when i was your age , i usually walked to school twenty miles away. i was never scolded by teachers. i was a model student, ask mummy if you want ..

Pooja - ayyo, when will mama stop this bladu??
Raja - all is fat...

Added 2012-04-21 by Somberi

Root

Tamil

Related Terms

Ayyo, all is fat

Bled

\Bled\
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Noun.
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Definition

Another word for "blood" used by a 5 year old kid. He now insists on calling me "bled girl". (I suppose I brought it upon myself by calling him "bled boy")

Usage

Tejas - Look! Ethan punched me!! SEE!! BLED! *holds up middle finger, which was previously in mouth, covered with bled*
Added 2012-03-09 by ladoo rani

Root

English

Region

All India

Related Terms

Bloody
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Noun.
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Definition

A third rate fellow, a nonsense person.

Usage

English villain: What the bloody hell?
Tamil Hero: Dai! Who is a Bloody?!! You only is a Bloody!!
Added 2011-10-27 by Ninaji Shah Ta

Root

Tamil

Region

All India

Terms referencing this

Bled, Bledgy
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balls to you

\Bawlz to you or Bowlz tu yu (mallu)\
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Phrase.
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Definition

A way of saying "go take a hike"

Usage

Ramesh: Hey Dhaniya, what are you upto shorty?
Dinesh: Balls to you.
Added 2011-09-20 by GabbarSingh

Root

English

Region

Bangalore

Related Terms

Ball Scratcher

Terms referencing this

balls

Blade

\blay-aid\
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Adjective. February 6, 2013, Word of the Day
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Definition

Like having your throat cut slowly with a rusted 7 o'clock Ejtec. Used widely to refer to anything that causes a combination of boredom and pain.

Usage

Suresh: Machan, you watched off Black aa?
Ramesh: Yeah, machan, what a blade movie it was!
Added 2011-09-12 by HilariousGlory

Root

English

Region

All India

Terms referencing this

leave gas, kedi, Mokka, jaali, Bakwas bandh kar
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Noun.
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Definition

The name given to a royal enfield motorbike.

By 1970, Enfield India was a company established in its own right. A number of changes had already been made to the tinware on the Bullet. Mudgaurd design took on different forms, taking into account the slushy road conditions during the Indian monsoon. front and rear hubs were designed to provide more efficient cooling for Indian conditions, and thus improve braking performance.

The bike was called the bullet.

Usage

A bullet is dependable and rugged.
Added 2011-09-08 by porkipaya

Root

English

Categories

Transportation

Related Terms

Yezdi, Kiney

Terms referencing this

pulling, RTMC, kb, 350, yamdoot, Yezdi, TVS

Videos and Images

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Adverb.
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Definition

to run away, fast, fastly.. like Usain Bolt, only not in a race, usually to escape after performing mischievous act.

Usage

Raghu pulled Radha's skirt down and bolted! you should've seen Ram face when that happened.. Raghu's going to get kolted for sure now.
Added 2011-07-25 by sykil

Root

English

Region

india
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Noun.
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Definition

Literal: bucket

Modern literal English: British style of Indian curry served in a thin wok-style pan.

Modern colloquial usage: Used widely in the United Kingdom to describe Indian cuisine in general. Particularly observable in the Brick Lane area.

Usage

I feel like a curry tonight. Let's go to the Balti restaurant up the road.
Added 2011-07-20 by thewanderingv

Root

English

Related Terms

Bucket Bath
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Noun.
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Definition

Refers to an insufferable bore, so bad that it actually hurts

Usage

Santosh: Machaan, let's call Dinesh to the party daa.
Ramesh: Don't da machaa, he's full blade. Can't handle situation.
Added 2011-07-18 by Bejaar Swamy

Root

Kannada

Categories

WALTO

Terms referencing this

leave gas, kedi, Mokka, jaali, Bakwas bandh kar
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Adjective.
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Definition

Harsh pejorative and indicating extreme frustration, irritation, vexation. Rarely heard in Bollywood cinema, in contrast to shit, asshole, and fuck. Often used to describe hell.

Usage

Raj: Shit. I have to stop to do number one.
Vikas: Bloody hell! We'll never get to Bandra at this rate.
Raj: Chillax man. Why are you so angry?
Added 2011-07-12 by Vaadagiri

Root

Multiple

Categories

WALTO

Terms referencing this

Bled, Bledgy
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Adjective.
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Definition

bloody as spoken by anglo indians or dingos

Usage

That bleddy native servant has done it again Delcy! She's bought spare parts instead of soppu! I feel like packing my bags and going bleddy om. Om is where the bleddy heart is i say.
Added 2011-07-07 by porkipaya
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Verb.
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Definition

To "put blade" is to hit on a girl, usually by means of telling tall tales.

Usage

"See Subra putting blade on the seniors again!"
Added 2011-07-05 by Minkey Chief

Root

English

Region

South India

Related Terms

putting kai

Terms referencing this

leave gas, kedi, Mokka, jaali, Bakwas bandh kar
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Verb. October 16, 2011, Word of the Day
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Definition

To eat some tasty local fare with great vim, vigor, and gusto and generally on the run, as opposed to a long and relaxed meal of refinement.

Usage

"Macha, we'll belt one biriyani at Zaika on the way to the hockey match!"
Added 2011-07-04 by Studmuffin
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Adjective.
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Definition

A throw back to the old pillar of Brit colloquialisms, it's essentially an emphatic mechanism that you can pepper your sentences with. "Bloody" as in "Oh bloody hell" in a posh accent will distinguish your background, lineage, attitude, import and seriousness of purpose from a nice rancid "Bleddy Bugger!" so choose wisely

Usage

Bleddy scoundrel thought he could make a comedy of me charging 180 rupees for a kilo of bleddy hapus, that too in the middle of the season. I ask him why means something and all he started saying, bleddy...
Added 2011-07-03 by Studmuffin

Root

English

Region

All India

Categories

WALTO

Related Terms

bledgy, behen chod / bhenchod

Terms referencing this

Bled, Bledgy
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Verb.
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Definition

To beat up someone. It comes from the remembrance of your father taking of his belt to "belt" you.

Usage

I'll belt that Yogesh is he dares to talk to my aunty again.
Added 2011-07-03 by porkipaya

Root

English

Region

All India

Categories

WALTO

Related Terms

kolt, thulp
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Verb.
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Definition

To hit, beat up, thrash an individual.

Usage

If you annoy me any more, i will "belt you" like you have never been belted before..
Added 2011-06-30 by Annaguru
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Noun.
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Definition

An affectionately dismissive term given to India's Hindi-movie industry, featuring many superstars.

Usage

"Let's see a picture tonight, yaar! Bollywood ya Hollywood?" "As long as there's lots of dishoom-dishoom and masala, I'm happy."
Added 2011-06-25 by mainmacha