Urdu is such a beautiful language that we just cant get enough of it and neither can the netizens because they’re sharing with us everyday Urdu words that they love using!
What's your favourite urdu word? Not a difficult word that you googled. But a word that you've known & used all your life.
— World's Spiciest Ramen (@dezgostang) January 28, 2021
And humain tou sub hi dilchasp lag rahay hain:
— D. (@choppywriter) January 29, 2021
Jee has to be the sweetest of them all!
— Rameen Siddiqui (@nafsiyyatikutya) January 28, 2021
Omg, we love it!
ALALLAY TALALLAY https://t.co/miKfKsfsvt
— hummus bil lahme (@RizwanPehelwan) January 29, 2021
Naraz. No other language can capture the essence of narazgi.
— زید (@Ansarrriii) January 28, 2021
— dua lipa stan account (@SohaTazz) January 28, 2021
meri jaan. Nothing in any other language can even come close to it. It’s the purest
— R (@_rameme) January 28, 2021
We’re sad already:
— غزل (@Gnirob) January 28, 2021
— untill you come back home (@sparrowisstuck) January 29, 2021
Jo baat hai!
Aajiz. Best ever. https://t.co/cH6kWw5CSm
— Farah A. (@farraaray) January 29, 2021
— Socrates Official (@khoonsurat_) January 28, 2021
We love dil-joyi:
زُود رنج، شکستہ خاطر، دلجوئی
— Ayesha. (@primafacieaisha) January 28, 2021
You use it everyday? Be our friend!
Tishnagi- تشنگی (which means strong desire, longing)
— Catijah (@bellaHadont) January 28, 2021
— 👽 (@simranaway96) January 29, 2021
Something about sabr makes it so powerful:
— m. (@Mominaa__) January 29, 2021
Sub ka time ayega:
مکافاتِ عمل https://t.co/VLwIOYeb1p
— Hira. (@HeeriPeeri) January 29, 2021
La-makaa’n sounds so poetic though:
بسمل، ہمدم، مژگاں، لامکاں، حنا
— Waqas انگاریہ (@WaqasAalam) January 29, 2021
— Maqbool Sasoli (@maqboolsasoli) January 29, 2021
Honestly, ajeeb has it’s own vibe and we love it:
Never thought of this tbh but
— Wow! Someone actually (@Hahahahafsa) January 28, 2021
We love yaar!
karachi thing but def "yaar". the range it could be used in is pretty cool.
— saadia (@offscriipt) January 28, 2021
'Yaar' it's just perfect word to convey so much depending on the tone.
— Moony Tunes (@GolGollum) January 28, 2021
It’s an entire mood unto itself.
— bondtastic🐝 (@bond9) January 29, 2021
Aha, the essence!
— Tehreem Azeem (@tehreemazeem) January 29, 2021
— MAHEEN KHAN (@Im_Maheenkhan) January 28, 2021
Hoo ba hoo 🦉🐐🦉
— Rafia Asim (@Thabbithinks) January 28, 2021
— Pressure Cooker ki Rubber (@khubsuratkhatun) January 28, 2021
What’s your favourite Urdu word? Let us know in the comments below!