Indian IT buzzword list



    1. Bakra: pronounced "buk-rah", means scapegoat. Sometime used interchangeably with client means sucker, as in sucker born every one minute.

    2) Fadu: pronounced "fah-doo", means amazing. As in "fadu code", amazing code.

    3) Chutiya: pronounced "choo tee ya", means sucker, as in as in sucker born every one minute.

    4) Teesmaar: pronounced "tees maar", means a clever person who's always making other people around him do his work.

    5) Pakka: "puk-kah", means solid. His base is pakka, means he has solid understanding of things.

    6) Karishma: "Ka-Rish-Maa" mean miracle. Only a karishma will save us here. Also a name of a popular bollywood actress.



  • @Nagesh said:

    6) Karishma: "Ka-Rish-Maa" mean miracle.
     

    Doesn't seem to be a word of common origin.   :<br>



  • In Indian languages, do adjectives come before nouns or after them?



  • @Xyro said:

    In Indian languages, do adjectives come before nouns or after them?

    "Woh ek number ka idiot hai".

    Woh = Pronoun.

    idiot = adjective.

    "Ja kar laal bus pakdo".

    bus = noun

    laal = adjective



  • @Nagesh said:

    "Ja kar laal bus pakdo".

    Would it always be adjective-noun, like in English? And is that for all Indian languages?

    And how do you turn nouns into adjectives? Like, would "bakra bus" make sense as a "[url=http://thedailywtf.com/Articles/The__0x2f_etc_0x2f_bus.aspx]scapegoat/client/sucker bus[/url]"?



  • @Xyro said:

    @Nagesh said:
    "Ja kar laal bus pakdo".

    Would it always be adjective-noun, like in English? And is that for all Indian languages?

    And how do you turn nouns into adjectives? Like, would "bakra bus" make sense as a "scapegoat/client/sucker bus"?

    All Indian language, with exception of English, have origin in either Sanskrit or Urdu. So most rules would be similar. I could be wrong. I don't care much for grammar, as long as I can order chai, get direction to near-most toilet, smoke fags and get from one palace to another with public transportation system or with my motorcycle.

    bakra-bus wouldn't make sense, unless you are using a bus to transport some bakras from one destination to another destination.



  •  toot toot all aboard the bakra bus

    purpose of language is to facility of communication

    WELL SAID, SIR.



  • "Man invented language to satisfy his deep need to complain.
    " Attributed to: 
    Lily Tomlin





  • @TGV said:

    "Man invented language to satisfy his deep need to complain.
    " Attributed to: 
    Lily Tomlin



    Who is Lily Tomlin? Will google later.


    Man did never invent language. Before Man, there were higher order species known as Gods in some cultures. They speak in pure mathematical tones.


    Then they create man version 1.0, who is not able to speak. They create woman version 2.0, who start complaining and that is origin of language.


    To the higher order species, we are their live entertainment medium.



  • @Nagesh said:

    @TGV said:

    "Man invented language to satisfy his deep need to complain.
    " Attributed to: 
    Lily Tomlin



    Who is Lily Tomlin? Will google later.

    Here's Lily Tomlin showing language who's the boss.

     


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