(Pronounced CHU MA DA)

Malayalam upper class use this terminology in order to convey disgust and/ or lack of interest. When "chumatha" is uttered, it typically means the user thinks an outside speaker either does not know what he/she is talking about, or that the outside speaker's ideas are not worth the user's time. "Chumatha" as a noun can also refer the entity of which the word is placed, as full of bullshit.
"Yea dad! I just tried using organic foods to boost my-----"

(interject) "CHUUUMAAATHA"

(Noun) " Wow Dre, so much for buying that new motorcycle huh? You chumatha.
by BIG SHNAKE JA July 21, 2010
(Pronounced CHU MA DA)

Malayalam upper class use this terminology in order to convey disgust and/ or lack of interest. When "chumatha" is uttered, it typically means the user thinks an outside speaker either does not know what he/she is talking about, or that the outside speaker's ideas are not worth the user's time. "Chumatha" as a noun can also refer the entity of which the word is placed, as full of bullshit.
"Yea dad! I just tried using organic foods to boost my-----"

(interject) "CHUUUMAAATHA"

(Noun) " Wow Dre, so much for buying that new motorcycle huh? You chumatha.
by BIG SHNAKE JA July 21, 2010

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