Kati-Kehari, Kanjus Makkhichus among worlds most bizarre words!December 19th, 2008 - 1:06 pm ICT by ANI
London, Dec 19 (ANI): Popular Hindi words like Kati-Kehari and Kanjus Makkhichus have made it to the list of the worlds most bizarre words and phrases in a new book.
Toujouras Tingo book written by Adam Jacot de Boinod has listed some of the most bizarre and words and phrases used around the world.
Kati-Kehari means to have the waist of an elegant lion while Kanjus Makkhichus means someone so tight that if a fly falls into their tea theyll fish it out and suck it dry before throwing it away.
It includes words like tingo, which is used on Easter Island to describe borrowing individual objects from a friends house until none are left.
Gwarlingo is a Welsh description of the sound of a grandfather clock before it strikes, reports The Sun.
Sjostygg is used in Norwegian to describe someone so ugly that the tide refuses to come in if they stand on the shore.
Du Kannst Mir Gern Den Buckel Runterrutschen Und Mit Der Zunge Bremsen is the Austrian way of telling someone to go to hell literally You can slide down my hunchback using your tongue as a brake.
Layogenic is used in Philippines to describe someone who is good-looking from afar but ugly up close.
Japanese word Ikibari means a lively needle and is used to describe a man who is willing but under-endowed.
Stroitel describes a Russian man who likes to have sex with two women at the same time.
Tantenverfuhrer in German refers to a young man suspiciously well mannered. It literally translates as aunt seducer.
Les Avoir A Zero is a French phrase meaning to have ones testicles down to zero, in other words to be frightened. (ANI)
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