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Definition

A phrase commonly used by Indian fathers when their sons do badly in math or do anthing the fathers might not agree with or want.

Used very commonly amongst tambrahms who feel their sons will end up a good for nothing if they don't get the maximum marks in mathematics.

Usage

Ajit: "Appa, I got only 94 percent in math..."
Papa: "I will kick you out of the house you good for nothing third rate kaat fellow!"
Added 2011-08-12 by porkipaya

Root

English

Region

South India

Related Terms

third rate, good for nothing, kaat