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6 definitions by Robert Marker

 
1.
Senti is a slang word in Oriya language largely spoken in the east Indian state of Odisha. Senti means clitoris, the sensitive organ just abve the opening of a woman's vagina.
Mo Balika bandhu Ta Senti chati baku kahibaru Mu Senti ra pratham darshana kali
(I had the first glimpse of my girl friend's clitoris which she asked me to lick.]

Banda Bia tana tani,
Senti bajaye Khanjani
{If the clitoris is properly stimulated before the act of copulation (before Banda i.e. penis penetrates the Bia i.e vagina,) its joy knows no bounds.}

Senti ta Senti Namita Senti,
Maha maha Banda padibe jhunti.
by Robert Marker February 05, 2013
 
2.
Gandi is a word in Oriya language largely spoken in the east Indian state of Odisha. Gandi means ass or buttocks in Oriya language.
Gandi has various colloquial uses in Oriya as the following would illustrate.

"Gandi Muna" means a pair of shorts that is worn to cover one's buttocks.

"Gandi Munda" means beginning & the end.
Sala, To Gandi Munda andhara kari debi. Mu ehara Gandi Munda pauni.
(I don't know its beginning nor its end.)

"Gandi Gunjiba" means to find a place e.g with difficulty to sit on.

"Gandi Pasa" means hanger on.

"Gandi Fatiba" means to loose courage.

"Gandi Fateiba" means to intimidate somebody so as to leave him speechless.
(Magiha! To Gandi Fatei debi)

"Gandi Puchu Puchu Haba" means to be overcome with awe & fear.

"Gandire Pasiba" means to flatter somebody to win his favour.
Ta Gandire Pasiba ra mane kichchi nahi.
(Its of no use to flatter him)

"Gandi Mariba" means to have anal sex with somebody. It also means to fuck or screw.

"Gandi Mareiba" means to be fucked or screwed by somebody. It also means to be cheated or deceived by somebody.

"Gandia" means an effeminate person having large soft round ass.
Magiha Se'ta ede Gandia!
(What an effeminate & pusillanimous fellow he is!)

"Gandu" means an impotent person willing to be fucked anally.
Magiha Se'ta pukka Gandu ta re!
by Robert Marker January 22, 2013
 
3.
Senti is a slang word in Oriya language largely spoken in the east Indian state of Odisha. Senti means clitoris, the sensitive organ just abve the opening of a woman's vagina.
Mo balika bandhu Ta Senti chati baku kahibaru Mu Senti ra pratham darshana kali
I had the first glimpse of my girl friend's clitoris which she asked me to lick.]

Banda Bia tana tani,
Senti bajaye Khanjani

If the clitoris is properly stimulated before the act of copulation (before Banda i.e. penis penetrates the Bia i.e vagina,) its joy knows no bounds.
by Robert Marker December 30, 2012
 
4.
Gehiba or gehinba is a slang word in Oriya language largely spoken in the east Indian state of Odisha. Gehiba or gehinba means to fuck or screw or to have sex.
Pela ki janila gehiba maza,
Sabu maza nela se Banda raja.


The two testicles became mere onlooker while the pleasure of fucking was hijacked by the giant cock.

Nirbala Golapi Bia gehibaku Mote bhala lage

I love to fuck hairless, pink & tight pussy.
by Robert Marker December 30, 2012
 
5.
Dudha or doodha is a slang word in Oriya language largely spoken in the east Indian state of Odisha. Dudha means boobs of a girl.
Tokira falua dudha dekhilakshani mo banda tengei gala.
I got horny as I had a glimpse of her large boobs.

Se bedhara dudha ku chipi delaru Sali sati chodei hela.
She proclaimed herself a virgin as I began pressing her boobs

Banda dekhi laage Bia re nian
Dudha bhundi hoi jaye thia,
Condom lagei jete to gehibu
Haba nahin kebe chhua
Are gehibu aaa...


Your huge cock has turned me on.
My pussy has started oozing.
My boobs have become harder with nipples taut,
I give you the liberty of using a condom
That will keep pregnancy at bay.
Fuck me as much as you can.
by Robert Marker December 29, 2012
 
6.
Penda a slang word in Oriya language largely spoken in the east Indian state of Odisha. Penda means prolapse of the uterus
Chhua janma kari kari Pathaniani ra penda bahari jaichi.

Multiple child births is the reason behind Pathaniani's (that woman's) prolapse to come out.

While expressing anger- Bedha, Toh Penda phatei debi.
by Robert Marker December 30, 2012