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First I can walk in English....no actually run....Tamil le kude volaruvein...Hindi ka tho chatny bana saktha houn...nayan korache Malyalam arium, manasile aiyo... meru telegu matladu anti...bangla bhi bolache, ekto ekto janni...shoiyah Arabi arif, yellah aana rooha, ma salama.

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Get upu

\get upooo\
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Phrase.
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Definition

It is the synonym for the word "Costume" and used as an English word colloquially in Tamil.

Usage

What exaggerated "Get upu"? all this for a girl? tisk tisk ...tisk.
Added 2011-08-27 by flavourboy

Root

English

Region

South India

Related Terms

Set upu

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Mapu

\Mapooo\
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Definition

Tamil slang for the Tamil word "Maapillai" who's English meaning is "Sister's or Daughter's Husband". But in slang friends call each other that to show how close they are.

Usage

Hey "Mapu" do you think I would have done that behind your back? ... tell Mapu tell.
Added 2011-08-27 by flavourboy

Root

Tamil

Region

South India

Related Terms

maappillai

Terms referencing this

Boss

Savvu Geraki

\Saavvu Geeraaki\
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Definition

Direct translation of Tamil phrase "Savvu Geraki" to English phrase is "Death Buyer". It is a derogate word to condescend someone who carelessly dares to take a major risk almost like buying death.

Usage

Aey watch where you are goihng "Savvu Geraki"!
Added 2011-08-26 by flavourboy

Root

Tamil

Region

South India

Categories

Money & Business

Related Terms

veetla solitiya, soocide

Pachchai Kozhandai

\pachchai kolandaai\
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Definition

Direct translation of this Tamil word "Pachchai Kozhandai" to English is (Green Child). But when used it means "Innocent child" As pure as green leaves look.

Usage

Why are you beating this "Pachchai Kozhandai"?
Added 2011-08-26 by flavourboy

Root

Tamil

Region

South India

Categories

People

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child, Soooo sweet of you ya
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Definition

Tamil colloquial slang "yeseku pesaka" which means "Slyly deceptive unnecessary complication."

Usage

You got me "yeseku pesaka" caught by the police by asking questions too many questions? Is this necessary for me?
Added 2011-08-26 by flavourboy
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Definition

Tamil word "Adi Dadi" in English means a fight.

Usage

I cant go out coz there seems to be "Adi Dadi" going on on our street corner.
Added 2011-08-26 by flavourboy

Root

Tamil

Region

South India

Related Terms

galata, Tamasha

Get upu

\get upooo\
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Phrase.
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Definition

It is the synonym for word "Costume" and used as an English word colloquially in Tamil.

Usage

Change your "Get upu", I say!
Added 2011-08-26 by flavourboy

Root

English

Region

South India

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Set upu

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Set upu

\Set upu\
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Definition

It is the synonym for word "Stage Setting" or the sets and used as an English word colloquially in Tamil.

Usage

You may change this house "Set upu" but we are not going to look any educated than this!
Added 2011-08-26 by flavourboy

Root

English

Region

South India

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Get upu

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Get upu

Definition

It innocently means you get it immediately hot hot. Word "online" used as a local slang in Hyderabad to indicate its available immediately.

Usage

Bhai - Where do you get Mirchi Bhaji (fried Chilli dumplings) around here?
Auto wala - Around the corner you can get garam garam (hot hot) ones fried online!
Added 2011-08-26 by flavourboy

Root

English

Region

South India

Related Terms

bonda, Chat

Terms referencing this

apna hath jagganath

Ji jay

\jee-jay\
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Exclamation. November 13, 2011, Word of the Day
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Definition

The Urdu word called "Ji" is a respectful title given to a person like Mr. Mr Bhat will become Bhat Ji in Urdu. When only one person is addressed "Ji" alone may also be used. But according to the "South Indian Dhakani" dialect of Urdu when the same is used with "Jay" it becomes an imperative word. If addressing someone with "Ji" does not get attention a louder derogate "Ji Jay" is an emphatic call.

Usage

Husband - Did you see this Ji?
Husband - Ji? (louder)
Husband - Ji Jay! (loudest) ... look what dog has done?
Added 2011-08-25 by flavourboy