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What are some words you use that can be used an an affectionate alternative (non-romantic) for:
kanxa/kanxi, sana/sani/sanu, kto/kti, fuchhe/fuchhi, babu/nanu?
I’m out of words
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i just use “m*ji”
The most adorable nickname :'<
I use mayalu to my little cousins.
One my cousins nickname is “pokumon” cause she has pukka pareko gala
Romantic: I have started calling my boyfriend “piya” and “pyara” lol.
– punte, punti, puntu
– chyante, chyanti
– thule, thuli
But the easiest and really affectionate would be just
Engineering padh scope nai scope xaa..
I use Solti/soltini…often..
chunu munu / chune mune
chhunu munu / ghoptey / bhasarni / raja / musuri / kade-vyakur
idk what ghammat means , but thats what i use.
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