Thursday, September 17, 2009

हरियाणवी डिक्शनरी...

आदि अदृश्य नदी सरस्वती के तट पर बसे हरित प्रदेश हरियाणा के लोग बेहद हंसमुख हैं...यहां की सामान्य बातों में भी आपको हास्य-रस मिल जाएगा...आपने चुटकलों में हरियाणा की ताई और ताऊ का ज़िक्र भी सुना होगा...आज मैं हरियाणवी बोली के कुछ अहम शब्द और उनके अर्थ पोस्ट कर रही हूं...इसे आप मिनी डिक्शनरी भी कह सकते हैं...

Aala : A low level shelving unit
Aankh Dookhni : A viral/bacterial eye infection, no you can't fake this one easily!
Aarta : A kodak moment for the best looking female of the host family
Aldgoja: Flute, bansuri, aaj
Andy/Andi : It falls in to the same category as daaki but a modernized one.

Baankali : A serving made after the geets. It's the boiled chana with salt and very tasty.
Baarothi : A cinderella moment for the bride
Bachiya : Cow's female offspring
Bachra : Cow's male offspring
Bagad : An open inner courtyard
Baggi : Bull cart
Balad : Ox
Baladh : Bull
Baldakisu : Swear by ox!!!
Baliyaan : Baniyaan
Baraf : Local form of ice-cream
Baroola : A earthen home made pitcher with wider mouth then panndha water pitcher
Bateu : A generic term used for male guest and sometimes a synonym for jamaai
Bathua : Weed , used for human consumption also in saag and raita
Beejna : Hand fan
Bharota : Bundle of jowar/bajra
Bhojra : Small bushes generally in the corner of the field
Bhoond : Bugs
Bijaar : An abandoned bull
Bilaangani : Wall to wall string to hang almost everything.
Biloni : Earthen pot used to churn butter and make seet
Bilutane : Kittens
Bitoda : A triangular storage for gosay
Bookal Marna: To wrap around to get cozy
Botru : Baby male camel
Buggi : Cart pulled by a jhotta
Buhaari : Broom
BukChamassa : Rainy season/monsoon

Chhaj : Used for cleaning of wheat
Chhath : Roof
Chhathi : Celebrated on the 6th day after the birth of a boy .
Chhipkali : Lizard
Chhuchhak : Like a baby shower in the west
Chilaam : Earthen made sigar head hold tomacco and heat
Chontry : A bench near your doorstep, birthplace of grapevine
Choonghna : To chew
Chooran : A homeopathic concoction for all ailments
Choorma : A jat delicacy made of ghee, sugar and bread
Chotkar : Chilka, peel
Chubaara : Obra on the first floor
Chukchunder : Bat
Chulha Nyot : Everyone in the family is invited
Chyanhni : Funeral place

Daadas : Your husband's father's mother
Daak : Jump
Daaki : A mast guy who does great things are very popular
Damhooi : Double headed snake
Dandh : Teeth
Dandri : Childs teeth
Dangar : Animal stock
Dheed : End product of eye infection or drainage
Dheera : Headlice, big one ,adult louse
Dhiday : Eye
Dholaan : Plump baby girl
Dhooma : Smoke
Dhoti : Wrap skirt of tau
Dilli Suba : A term commonly referred to jat villages around Delhi
Doga/Baint : Tau's alter ego, a wooden stick
Dola : Divider between fields
Doob : Weed / grass
Dtc : Mode of transportation for jat boys and girls from dilli
Dust : Opposite of kabajhar: You have a high fever, perhaps malaria

Eendhi : Small ring made of cloth to carry pot on the head

Gaal : Gali, alley
Gaawdi : Cow
Gabha : Old, worn out clothes
Gabsua : Safety pin
Gandasa : Machine to cut fodder
Gande : Sugarcane
Gantha : A jat veggie delicacy, main dish,onion
Geendo : Ball
Geetan Aali : Lugaai with her congregation
Ghaiti : Neck
Ghoodchadhi : A kodak moment for the groom
Gobar : Cow dung
Gode : Knee
Gojh : Pocket
Gonda : Pathway between fields
Goodad : Old, worn out clothes, turned into a mattress
Goomdi : Mosquito bite turned septic
Goothi : Ring
Gosa : Dungcake (bit thick)
Gosay : Jumbo size cow dung cake
Guhera : Another type of chhipkali
Gulafu : Cheeks
Gunguna : Concentrated reet!
Gusalkhana : Bathroom/restroom
Guthali : Hard sheel seed in fruit

Haara : A clay oven (uses gosay)
Haart (Heart) Ki Beemari : O boy, this one needs attention!
Hailey : Place to keep domestic animals and store harvest
Harat : Persian wheel (for watering the fields)
Harduaar : The ultimate health spa, and place for redumption of all sins
Haryana : Birthplace of jat
Haryana Roadways : Space shuttle that connects haryana with dilli suba, and paar
Hooka : A community sigar of tau

Jaadaa : Cold winters
Jat : A handsome, brave, honest, hard working, stubborn, easily provoked, male of robust physique, found in Haryana, Paar, Dilli suba, and Rajasthan
Jatni : A female form of the above - only more beautiful... Also known as lugaai
Jeeli, Kassi, Kuhadi, Kasola : Agricultural implements \ also used as weapons at times
Jeevda : Rope
Jersey : Full sleeves sweater
Jewda : The rope made of sann to tie jhotta aur baladh
Jhaalra, Kanthi, Hasli : Jewellery, precious treasures of women
Jhakoi : A good sambodhan in haryanwi for the guy who is not going according to one's will or similar
Jhod : The village pond, swimming pool, and communal laundromat
Jhoti : Buffalo
Jhotta : Male buffalo
Jimanwwar : Invitation of food party during marriages
Joom : Mid size head lice - pupa
Jukhaam : When reet starts flowing freely

Kaag : Crow
Kaatna : Make thread on charkha
Kabaj : When you can't do jungle!
Kaka : Uncle
Kaki : Aunt
Kalaash : Home made black eye color
Karelkant : Chameleon
Kassan : Utensil
Katiya : Buffalo's daughter
Katra : Buffalo's son
Khaancha : Kichadd, when it gets slippery and muddy after rain
Khaaj/Khasotni : Itching
Khaat : Cot or chaarpaai (Typically, woven jute)
Khaata Ghol : Process by which a favorite seasonal recipe (raabdi) is made
Khaatee/Peetay Ghar Ka/Ki : A polite description of a plump boy/man/woman
Khasra : Measles
Khatooli : A smaller version of khaat
Khausde : Old worn out shoes
Khandaka : Turban of tau
Khoota : You all know this, i hope
Khooti : An in-built, multipurpose wooden hanger, found throughout the jat dwelling
Kiwaad : Door
Kolhu : Device to take out juice from sugarcane and make gud.
Kootru : Dog
Kudta/Jamphar : Designer shirt of tai
Kui : Well a water reservior of house serves few people with nerrow mouth
Kunda/Kundi : Door lock
Kuwaad/Darwja : Door

Lakad : Wood
Lapsi : Dish
Lath : Jat's missile defence system...a wooden log - if you see one run for your life...
Latoor : Hairs
Latte : Clothes
Lattu Chasna : Switch on the light bulb
Lawara : The young of buffalo or jhotta generally upto 4-5 months only
Leetre (Khonsde) : Worn out footwear
Lhasi/Seet : Home made skimmed milk
Lheekh : Nit -larva of head lice
Lihaaf : Quilt or rajaai
Londhon : As in england, description of an exotic place

Maata : Chicken pox
Mail Khora : Earthen made scrubber
Meeh : Rain
Mori : Same as patnaal
Motijhaara : A childhood communicable disease
Moulasara : Your husband' mother's, brother
Muh Dikhai : A belated fee for the 3d view of the bride
Munji : Kanjoos (miser)

Naahu : Nails
Naakasi : Kind of local prade of the groom around the village with songs
Naariya : Ox
Nakta-Nakti : A person having small nose
Nandau : Your husband' sister's husband
Nasti : Nose
Nayonda : Invitation
Neeju : Rope
Neol : Mongoose
Noon : Salt
Nyaar : Fodder
Nyam-Shyam : A free thing from the shopkeeper along with the bought material

Obra : Smaller room adjacent to saal
Olay : Hails
Oot : Naughty

Paadkala : Staircase
Paar : Another name for up
Palpatton : Small grape size fruite
Palwa : A small bowl with a long handle used to take hot milk out of 'kadhawni'
Pandha : Earthen local made water pitcher
Pansli Mai Darad : Reet has entered your lungs and you need to see a doctor
Paras : Community resthouse of village
Peedha : A smaller version of the Khaat, to sit on
Phookni : Metal pipe used for blowing air in chulha
Phupsara : Your husband' father's sister's husband
Pilurae : Puppies
Puni : Jab reet naak mein latka kare us ne puni kaha kare.

Raach : Things.
Raasa/Raasi : Home made rope
Reet : Snort
Rohtak : Lifeline of haryana "Texas"

Saag : Vegetable
Saakal : Door nob
Saal/Dalaan : Master bedroom facing bagad
Saangad : Pointed metal part of jeeli
Saanni : A delicious mixtures of fodder for pets like jhotta, baladh etc
Saanp : Snake
Sagaai : Ring back guarantee is no longer effective
Saud : Quilt
Shyaana : Clever (but not popular) person
Sir Mai Bhadak : Genuine headache
Sir Mai Darad : Commonly used excuse
Suthani : Underwear/shorts
Suthra-Suthari : Handsome - beautiful

Taand : A high level shelving unit in the saal
Taang : Leg
Taap : You don't have fever yet, but can use the excuse
Tai : An elderly woman traveling along the same route as tau
Taisara : Your husband's father's older brother
Takthi : Slate children used to carry to school
Tau : An elderly man, with lot of time on hand, often found traveling in haryana roadways, asking directions for Rohtak, Jind or Hissar
Teekda : Jumbo chana bread
Thaali : Large bowl used to cool and drink milk
Thaansre : Dry fuel (hay) used in chulha
Thepdi : Dungcake (bit thin)
Thheka : Huge container to store grains
Thoodi : Chin
Tookani : Shiny (made with brass) designer water pitcher
Tubal : Tubewell

Yadi : Friend


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