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12 Typical Words Sindhis Love Mixing With Urdu

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If you understand these words.. you’re either a Sindhi or have close friends who are! Sindhis love saying these words, mixing them with Urdu and will use them anywhere, in any scenario.. even though people might not understand them!

Here are some words that Sindhis love to mix with Urdu… and feel absolutely proud about it!

1. Bhaakur

1. Bhaakur
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Bhaakur = Hug! – Sindhis love hugging each other and their friends.. chaltay phirtay bhaakur hi bhaakur.

2. Charya Warya

2. Charya Warya
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Charya = Crazy! Charya Warya = Pagal Wagal! – Sindhis don’t need a reason to call each other Charya. That’s how they roll!

3. Loosi

3. Loosi
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Loosi = Duffer! If you don’t do something correctly.. well, you’re definitely a Loosi!

4. Saien

4. Saien
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Saien = Giving Respect! – Again, Sindhis don’t need an occasion or an event to call each other Saien. The word is used out of respect for each other.

5. Chitha Witha

5. Chitha Witha
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Chitha = Mad! – Derived from Chitha Kutta, a mad dog. If somebody does something crazy, he’s a definitely Chitha.

6. Kinnah

6. Kinnah
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Kinnah/Kinni = bad/ganda! Use it anywhere and everywhere, especially in relationships.

7. Kakoos

7. Kakoos
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Kakoos = A washroom or anything related to it! – So the next time someone asks you about a Kaakus.. just direct them.

8. Raandh

8. Raandh
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Raandh = Game! – Usually used while playing card games, especially Chawbaaz and Rung! Haan chora, po khedun raandh?

9. Maani

9. Maani
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Maani = Food! – Toh phir aaj maani mein kya pakka hai?

10. Kurb

10. Kurb
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Kurb = Favor/Meherbaani! – Sindhis give each other respect and won’t ask anyone to do anything with taking it as a Kurb first!

11. Takkar

11. Takkar
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Takkar = Hurry/Jaldi! – Sindhis are very impulsive people, so whenever someone is in a hurry.. ask him, itni takkar kya hai?

12. Kalaak

12. Kalaak
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Klaak = hours/ghantay! – When Sindhis say they’ll be there in 1 klaak, know that it means more than that! 😉

So the next time you hear a Sindhi say these words.. you’ll definitely know what they are talking about!