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IIT Madras Slang

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IIT Madras

 

 

[Change this ] IIT Madras is located in the city of Chennai in Tamil Nadu. It was established in 1959 with technical assistance from the Government of West Germany[5] and has nearly 360 faculty and approximately 2,500 undergraduate and 2,000 postgraduate students. The campus is spread over an area of about 2.5 km² (620 acres), and has 15 academic departments, nearly 100 laboratories, and 14 hostels. As with IIT Bombay, it retains its original name despite a change in the name of its city [Change This ]

 

 

 

 

 

 

And here's the lingo -

 

Bog /bog/ n. toilet, rest-room

 

Cup /kup/ v. to fail at something. cup-level /kup-le-well/ adj. pathetic (also cuppax)

 

Funda /fun-da/ pl. fundaes /fun-days/ n. something that explains. hi-funda /high-fun-da/ adj. brilliant

 

Gult /gult/ n. a person whose native language is Telugu. gulted /gult-ed/ adj. screwed-up (also gultax)

 

Hajjaar /haj-jar/ adj. denoting a great degree of. - Syn. many, much, very

 

Junta /jun-tha/ n. general public, including gults

 

Level /le-well/ adj. of a high standard. (as a suffix) similar, resembling

 

Maajar /maa-jrr/ adj. greater in size, amount, number, or extent

 

Ob /ob/ w. abbr. obviously

 

Pack /paek/ v. to give up, to get up and leave. pack-level /paek-le-well/ adj. cup-level

 

Pain /pay-n/ n. irritate, bore

 

Pseud /sood/ adj. cool, neat, fashionable. pseud value /sood-val-you/ n. coolness, neatness

 

Put /put/ v. do, read, write, sing, dance, perform a manicure, rob a bank etc. etc.

 

Puts (in the form ‘puts with’ /puts-vith/) v. have sexual intercourse

 

Shady /shay-de/ adj. suspicious, disreputable, dubious, generally bad….

 

Slisha /sly-sha/ adj. to a small extent, to a hajjaar extent (sarcastic usage)

 

Thadaal /tha-daal/ adj. amazing, too-cool, pseud, hi-funda

 

Warrashsht /wur-ush-t/ adj. horrible, the pits, cup-level, hajjaar shady

 

 

In the Hostels

 

Hey, where to put piss? (Hello, where do I urinate?)

 

Bog? Ob, but put fundaes. (In the toilet? Obviously, but how do I get there?)

 

Waaarrraaashsht! (That’s the toilet????)

 

 

In Class

 

Class is slisha paining. (The class is very boring.)

 

Ob! The Prof is maajarly cuppax (Yes, you are correct. The professor is greatly pathetic.)

 

 

You get the general picture, don’t you? Now, if you have any questions or doubts regarding this beautiful language, we’ll be happy to answer them for you.

 

Q: What is the correct grammatical usage of ‘puts with’?

 

A: This is a handy phrase used to denote the act of fornication.

 

Eg. “Jennifer is pregnant.” “Oh good, who did she puts with?”

 

 

Q. Which of these is correct: “Ekta Kapoor is maajarly cup-level” or “Krish Srikkanth is hajjaar warrashsht”?

 

A: Both are. Also, alternatively, you could use “Ekta Kapoor and Krish Srikkanth are shady junta.”

 

 

Q. I majored in English and I strongly believe that the plural of ‘funda’ is ‘fundae’ and not ‘fundaes’ as you have wrongly mentioned. What do you have to say to that, mister?

 

A. Whoever put fundaes on English to you was ob cup-level. Now stop paining and pack.

 

 

Q. Is there any difference between “Maajar” and “hajjaar”?

 

A. Ob. The word ‘maajar’ can be used while dealing with military matters such as: “Maajar Ram Prasad Sharma put pseud-value by putting victory against the terrorist junta” whereas ‘hajjaar’ should be used only to describe things that are ‘hajjaar’ something.

 

Eg. I had hajjaar beard. So I put shave.

 

Source: Vinod G

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