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Is Gashti a bad word?

Is Gashti a bad word?

Another word that’s used to describe woman is “Gashti”, a word borrowed from Persian, which originally meant patrol, watch, sentinel etc. But now the word is frequently used for a call girl, loose woman, hussy, a whore etc. Social mobility in case of women is equated with negation of self and thus a dishonourable act.

Is Pakistan a swear word?

noun, plural Pak·is. Chiefly British Slang: Extremely Disparaging and Offensive.

How do you say slag in Pakistan?

Slag لفظ کا تعلق انگریزی زبان سے ہے جس کے معنی ”دھات کا میل” کے ہیں۔ اس صفحے پر آپ اس لفظ سے متعلق تمام اہم معلومات حاصل کرسکتے ہیں جن میں ترجمہ، ہم معنی الفاظ اور تلفُظ شامل ہیں۔…Slag Meaning in Urdu.

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What are bad words in Arabic?

8 Arabic Swear Words That You Need to Know Today ‍

  • العمى (al’ama)
  • Tozz Feek.
  • Kol Khara.
  • Ya Ibn el Sharmouta (YA EBEN AL SHAR-MOO-TA)
  • Telhas Teeze (TEL-HAS TEE-ZEE)
  • Ya Shar-Moo-Ta.
  • Kess Ommak (KISS OM-MAK)

What raNDI means?

/raṇḍī/ nf. whore countable noun. A whore is the same as a prostitute. /randi, randI, randee, randī, rndi, rndI, rndee, rndī, raNDi, raNDI, raNDee, raNDī, rNDi, rNDI, rNDee, rNDī, raṇḍi, raṇḍI, raṇḍee, raṇḍī, rṇḍi, rṇḍI, rṇḍee, rṇḍī/

What does Pudi mean?


Acronym Definition
PUDI Partai Uni Demokrasi Indonesia (Indonesian: Indonesian Democratic Unity Party; Indonesia)
PUDI Partito Umanista Democratico Italiano (Italian: Italian Democratic Humanist Party)

What does Pak stand for?


Acronym Definition
PAK Product Activation Key
PAK Press Any Key
PAK Product Authorization Key (Cisco)
PAK Panzerabwehrkanone (anti-tank cannon)

Who are mummy daddy people?

Burger bacha/ Mummy daddy This expression is used to correspond to certain kind of people who are ‘not into’ desi or traditional stuff. It’s an Urdu adaptation of ‘wannabes’.

What does cake mean in Pakistan?

CAKE stands for Kilo of cocaine. The meaning of CAKE is Kilo of cocaine.

Is Bint a rude word?

A You’re right: bint is British slang for a woman or girl, but it is always disparaging and offensive and signals the user as lower class and unrefined. It’s also now rather dated. The word is Arabic for a daughter, specifically one who has yet to bear a child.