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Definition

A quaint and archaic term of speech, a bit like by the by - simbly means relatives

Usage

Engle 1: Mani and family are also attending the marriage from Nagpur
Engle 2: I did not know you hau relations in Nagpur
Engle 1: Mani is cousin-brother's cousin, but we are like own brother wunly
Added 2011-11-05 by Side Character

Root

English

Region

All India

Definition

Digga for what the rest of the world understands to mean the release of tension, ease, slackening, all that good stuff.

Most effective when used in the imperative sense, exhorting someone to enjoy themselves, stop having kittens about whether their lau's brother will thulp them (he will, why take tension about it till then??) or not to ruin some fun with their bourgeois morality.

Can be drawn out to create greater emphasis about just how much they should let go.

Usage

Arun (rising hysteria): You want to do WHAT? Sneak into college at night, break into princi's office, find the national flag for tomorrow's indepence day celebration, roll Mrs Warrior's chaddis and bra into it and write a slogan about her and princi having it off one affair??? To be hoisted in front of the whole college tomorrow??? You'll get bleddy expelled, madorwhat???
Jackson: Relask, yaar. I'll change my handwriting when I ink the slogan, how anyone will know?

Yoga teacher: We will finish off with some meditation. Get into shavasana, and breathe deeply. Do as I say. Relaaaaask the head....relaaaaask the jaw...relaaaaask the shoulder muscles...relaaaask the liver....relaaaaask the kidney....relaaaaask the colon.....relaaaask the buttocks....

Added 2011-09-05 by Malaprop

Root

English

Region

Karnataka

Categories

WALTO

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indepence

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