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Definition

You see, in Delhi, everything must be cool. Sorry, it must be "kewl". The phrase "parents" is much too simple. Hence, "mom-dad".

Usage

Delhiite Engineer (after quitting job in Bangalore for not being able to adjust to the food):
Yaar! I had to leave that job because my mom-dad wanted me home, yaar.
Added 2012-04-02 by tiffincarrier

Root

English

Region

Delhi

Categories

People
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Phrase.
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Definition

When miss has to go to princy's office or answer nature call, she usually delegates the class mugpot as her proxy with the command "Mind the Class"

Said mugpot/monitor then dutifully follows Miss's orders by noting down the names of all those who talk, throw chalkpiss, and indulge in other forms of general porkiness

Classmates then reward the monitor for his efforts by putting a compass on his seat when he returns

Usage

Miss: Jai, Mind the Class. Princi wants me in his office
Class: Yay!!!
Jai: Groan!!!!
Added 2011-11-14 by Side Character

Root

English

Region

All India

Categories

School and College

mummydaddy

\mumeeeedadeeee\
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The indian collective noun for parents or in other words,one's mummy and daddy.

Usage

Gugu: Let's go Goa!!!
Gubbe: My mummydaddy won't let,yaarrr....
OR
A KG student to her teacher 'Miss,mummydaddy promise it was'nt me,Miss,mummydaddy promise.'
Added 2011-09-03 by Daiii Macha!
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What a South Indian says when someone infringes on his space or sensibilities.

Usage

Mind it, your hand is not welcome on my iddiappam
Added 2011-06-25 by Porkipaya_A

Root

English

Region

South India

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