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10 Epic Words To Learn From Your Gujju Friend

10 Words You Must Definitely Learn From Your Gujju Friend!

Lucky are those who have Gujarati friends. From bringing the most lip-smacking food to the table to telling most rib-tickling jokes, they sure are the most wonderful and entertaining ones. They also have a unique vocabulary that sometimes helps express your emotion like no other language. 

Here are ten Gujarati words and phrases that you should learn from your Gujju friend.

‘Tope Class’ is the highest degree of compliment you can get from your Gujju friend. 

Plan saav tope class che”

It usually referred to someone or something so silly that it is funny. 

“Tu Saav babuchak che” 

Used by your friend when he/she is most annoyed.

“Sue kare che, gadhedo?”

If you happen to have a Gujju girlfriend/boyfriend they will most definitely call you a babo or babi.

“Maro babo ketlo saras lage che”

Chapli is used a female and Chaplo for a male. It can also mean ‘dedh shaana or shaani’ or someone being over-smart. 

“Oye Chaplo, kya jaye che?”

The most common phrase used by almost every Gujarati. 

“Akho diwas amatha amatha baat kare che”

 

Usually used when someone who is creating chaos or troubling or getting angry unnecessarily.

“Su vaat itna ghamagham kare che?” 

This is one of the most favourites words of Gujarati. ‘Nakammo’ or ‘Nikkama’ in Hindi is used to refer to someone who is lazy or completely useless. 

“Nakammo manas che saav.”

 

Barabar che is the Gujju way to give a thumbs up or go ahead.

“Rishikesh this weekend?”

“Barabar che”

Now the list would have been incomplete without the F word right? This phrase is usually used to express disapproval or to ask someone to get lost. 

“Kapaad taru, itne sawaal nai puch.”



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