Top Definition
Playful synonym for the pedal extremity of a Dalit- Dravidian or Negroid-Australoid person. Hence, any thick-skinned & oily 'flat foot' which exhibits a strong smell.

Essentially, this denotes a pedal extremity possessing powerful fragrance & in which the arch has been flattened away from the Caucasoid Indo-European standard. Alternately, it also connotes a foot in which the sole displays pronounced muscular development, partly filling up the foot arch & thus obliterating the sole. Hence, footprints left by such a 'Negro foot' are essentially flat.

So called due to the high frequency of occurrence of 'flat feet' or 'Nigger foot' among people of Afro-Dravidian descent: "Not only is flat foot much more frequent in the negro, comparatively speaking, but distortion of the great toe is relatively twice as frequent as in the white." - 'A Note on the Foot of the American Negro' Albert H Freiberg & J Henry Schroeder. J Bone & Joint Surg {Am} vol s2-1 issue 2 (1 Nov 1903): 164-167.
1) Madras Regiment Soldier: Better do what I say, or I'll make you suck my Sambar Nigger Foot!

2) Pundit Pandey: Look at your feet - they're so flat!
Pundit Panda: Yes, I know I have Sambar Nigger Foot!

3) Vijay Verma: This place sucks Sambar Nigger Foot!

4) Paki Fagboy: I love to lick funky Sambar Nigger Foot!

5) Tamil Tiger: Damned Punjabi Poons! They can lick my stinking Sambar Nigger Foot!

6) RSS Brahmin: I'll make you Pakis suck my South Indian Goonda's Sambar Nigger Foot!

7) Scientific studies have long confirmed the traditional association of 'flat foot' with Afro-Dravidians:

"African Americans have significantly lower CP {calcaneal pitch} than Caucasians (p < 0.0001). African Americans have significantly lower CP than Hispanics (p < 0.0016). Caucasians have significantly higher TCA {talocalcaneal angle} than African Americans (p < 0.0004) ... There are differences in the radiographic morphology of feet among different ethnic groups ... The clinical relevance between having a lower CP angle & a higher incidence of flat feet in African Americans warrants further investigation." - 'Ethnic radiographic foot differences' O Castro-Aragon, S Vallurupalli, M Warner, V Panchbhavi, S Trevino. {Orthopedic Surgery & Rehab.n, Curridabat, San Jose, Costa Rica 11801} Foot Ankle Int. 2009 Jan;30(1):57-61.
by Moollah_Do_Pyaza September 23, 2012

Free Daily Email

Type your email address below to get our free Urban Word of the Day every morning!

Emails are sent from We'll never spam you.