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"Some day I'll write an essay about misnaming in Indian English: the many tangled reasons which lead people in this country to use the word swan for a goose, autumn for the rainy season, and so on. Meanwhile, here's food critic Vir Sanghvi on why mutton stands for goat meat in Indian restaurant menus.
Just as every MP begins his or her career with a lie – by saying that total electoral expenditure was under the limit – so every chef and restaurant manager who writes a menu usually starts out with a lie of his or her own. The lie consists of a description of the red meat that is used in the kitchen. Often, the menu will simply say ‘mutton’. This is a term widely used in the culinary world to describe meat from a sheep. The term ‘lamb’ is restricted to young sheep. If the meat comes from an older animal then ‘mutton’ is used. It is the sort of distinction embodied by the phrase ‘mutton dressed as lamb’, commonly employed to describe older women who try and dress young.
The problem, of course, is that the kitchen does not use mutton, no matter what it says on the menu. The chances are that the chef is using goat, a meat for which the term mutton is never used outside of India. Some chefs and menu writers go further with their evasions. In the descriptive line below such menu staples as seekh kebab and raan, they will use lamb instead of goat. So, a seekh kebab will be described as ‘minced lamb cooked on a skewer in the tandoor’ and a raan as ‘leg of lamb’."
The Sanskrit term sounds real sweet too.
" What to do young man, I have got Madhumeha"
"What uncle, really!!? New affair aaa !!? What will aunty do now??"
Terms referencing thisgoosebumps
A more reverential reference to the grand lady is 'maydummore'
If you want to split this madam up and see what's in it:
madam + more, More of a madam.
mad + amma + avaru, That's what she becomes when the day's income is low.
made+ amma + avaru. She was not a full blown madam. Just made the grade.
( madam Thirumala, the big madam is coming, hide the novel you are reading)