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Definition

Anne French.Popular hair removing cream. Ladice fancy item.
Yet another product that has become synonymous with the brand name.

Usage

Rose: Dee, look at that saritha's arm pits! black black they have become no?
Susymol: ayyo! I think she has used annee french without doing proper skin test. Paavum..
Added 2011-09-23 by Kochu kalli

Root

English

Region

All India

Related Terms

Nes-coffee, xerox, cutex, Ann(ee) Jeeds

Terms referencing this

Ladice fancy stores

anaavaran

\un-aah-vuh-run\
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Definition

To unveil.

Usage

Mananiya Mukhyamantri Behenji Sushri Mayawatiji ne aaj Lucknow main apni 1,156, 987th moorti ka anaavaran kiya.
(Today, in Lucknow, Hon'ble CM, Beloved Sister Ms Mayawatiji unveiled her 1,156,987th statue.)
Added 2011-08-30 by pee_mmm

Root

Hindi

Region

Uttar Pradesh

Related Terms

moorti

Terms referencing this

mananiya, sushri, moorti, Behenji

Definition

Flat unleavened wheat bread stuffed with a spicy potato filling, and deep/shallow fried in appalling amounts of butter. Excellent for sending anyone's cholesterol levels into the stratosphere. Beloved food item of the Punjab, and it has now become a favourite all over the subcontinent, leading to various "Parantha Points" springing up all over the place.

These delightfully unhealthy morsels can be devoured at any time of the day, for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Must be accompanied by aam da achaar and some form of curd to be fully enjoyed. In Punjab, a young bride's love for her husband is judged by how much butter she lathers onto his aloo paranthas.

Acceptable way to show appreciation for a great aloo parantha is to rub the tummy and bring forth a gargantuan belch from the depths.

The best ones are to invariably be found in roadside dhabas along the Punjab-Delhi highway, or in kitchens of Punjabi homes.

Usage

Trying to eat aloo paranthas with sambhar-chutney is the dead giveaway of an ABCD.
Added 2011-07-10 by Surdie Birdie

Root

Punjabi

Region

India

Categories

Food and Drink

Terms referencing this

Butter chicken, batata