There’s never a dull moment on Twitter, tweeple are always debating about one thing or another, sometimes it’s about the aalu in biryani, sometimes it’s political and sometimes it’s about finding a winner.
Someone on twitter asked their fellow tweeple about their favourite Punjabi word:
Haanji , dasso ? pic.twitter.com/KK8CqIddwD
— Varun (@Ambarseriya) December 28, 2021
And they have answered!
Can mean anything from 5 minutes to 5 hours. All purpose word.
— Haroun Rashid (@HarounRashid2) December 28, 2021
Beda garak !!
— Chetna 💌 (@chetmots) December 28, 2021
"hanera" – darkness. such a sweet way to say it.
— – (@maulana_banana) December 29, 2021
It’s a phrase but, okay!
Mast mahaool te meethay chawwal😂
— Ramsha Quttabudin Khan (@wamsha92s) December 28, 2021
Fittay moun has got to up top as the best phrase. Haw hai is a close second. Thudda nominee for best word.
— Sadaf Rehman (@sadafR) December 28, 2021
Maghroon le 😌
— Sarah (@UmairSarah) December 28, 2021
Aunties after a 2 hour long gossip session:
— Adnan Noor (@Not_your_A) December 28, 2021
— Cool Moon (@khrizwansaeed) December 28, 2021
Kanjar..has sweet and sour meaning.
— sunil ratan (@sunil_ratan) December 28, 2021
— Lt Gen Vinod Bhatia Retd (@Ptr6Vb) December 29, 2021
Ullay de phattay https://t.co/9C9SdWmYbs
— Rabeea Ghanee. (@RabiyaMallick) December 29, 2021
The word "Chittar" and it uses😂 https://t.co/ZwujaM7AwB
— k.rehman 🇵🇰 (@KausarRehman2) December 28, 2021
paran marr پراں مر
the satisfaction that comes from saying paran marr to random passer bys in bazaar>>> https://t.co/K396vkiYi0
— Shabeeh (@lexamnesia) December 28, 2021
"Jitte di khoti uthay aan khaloti"
And I love saying
"Hur Araam ay?"
To people who just HAVE to do something stupid that has an obvious unfortunate outcome. https://t.co/JAJhGIMtSG
— Meowlana Sheikh Meowfti Al Whiskers (@CattoBaaji) December 30, 2021
Khas'ma nu kha
Although I never used this one but sunne mei be acha lgta https://t.co/NiXZpytknq
— Safi Saheb (@nawab_safiullah) December 29, 2021
Not a favourite word but Lahore's traffic made me an affluent user of "Anni deya". https://t.co/tqh4vpfAC8
— RANTistani (@Volvogradian) December 28, 2021
What’s your favourite word? Let us know in the comments below!