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  • #16
    Re: Co-wives, Are you Hala or Auntie?

    Originally posted by in_exile View Post
    No the kids call her choti ammi otherwise they gonna get a slap
    lol.
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    • #17
      Re: Co-wives, Are you Hala or Auntie?

      Originally posted by Russo View Post
      Why do some kashmiri's remove the k from words e.g hala instead of khala. (My friend is from mirpur and she says hala) :-)
      don't know why we do it :)
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      • #18
        Re: Co-wives, Are you Hala or Auntie?

        Originally posted by Medievalist View Post
        not seen this in our family. they use one of the 3 words I gave above.

        badi ammi normally is used for the paternal grandmother.
        I know some cousins who call their dads sister in law barri ammi.
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        • #19
          Re: Co-wives, Are you Hala or Auntie?

          ur telling me co wives live in the same house with the children also



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          • #20
            Re: Co-wives, Are you Hala or Auntie?

            yoooooo dudette, gud mornin'

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            • #21
              Re: Co-wives, Are you Hala or Auntie?

              i thouht ti meant it and my is i like rabbi is my lord? :scratch:

              Recipes for all the family :inlove:
              (and you thought I was a lazy feminazi which can't cook?)

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              • #22
                Re: Co-wives, Are you Hala or Auntie?

                Originally posted by naila-k View Post
                i thouht ti meant it and my is i like rabbi is my lord? :scratch:
                Edit: ↓What Sis Anna said.
                :masha:
                Last edited by .mirror.; 14-05-11, 10:39 PM.
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                • #23
                  Re: Co-wives, Are you Hala or Auntie?

                  Originally posted by naila-k View Post
                  i thouht ti meant it and my is i like rabbi is my lord? :scratch:
                  the t is from the ta marbuta on the end sis, the feminine ending thing. normally u wouldnt pronounce the t but if you add something to it (like i) it becomes pronounced. like in zawjati, habibati etc its the same thing
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                  • #24
                    Re: Co-wives, Are you Hala or Auntie?

                    ok i et it now, if you stop it is pronounced with as ah and if not it is ti..... :jkk:

                    Recipes for all the family :inlove:
                    (and you thought I was a lazy feminazi which can't cook?)

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