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A person who wears a turban, oftenly mistaken for a Muslim. A very peaceful, yet a warrior, person who believes in one god, spirituality, and harmonious peace. A sikh always has the last name Singh, male, or Kaur added to their names. A baptised, amritdhari, Sikh must have unshorn hair, which include a full beard, for mean, and a turban and the five K's, Kanga(comb for grooming), Kirpan(holy sword which represents bravery), kesh(uncut hair), Kachara(knee-length briefs which represent self-restrain over desires and passions), and Kara( a steel bracelet represting restrain from evil deed)
Bob:"Ey, look at the Muslim wearing a turban in public."
Jassi: "Na man, thats a Sikh man, one of the most peaceful religions in the world.
Kevin: " yea, anyone that wears a turban in America or other western countries is a Sikh 99.99% of the times. Muslims only wear turbans in their countries to show high status.
by Prince Singh November 05, 2007
 
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The most courages and firce people in the world. During WW2 they fought as one of the best forces around. Even when out of ammunition they would take out there sword and fight to the death.
Sikh: Bole So Nihal, Sat Sri Akal (He who cries God is Truth, is ever blissful)

German (WW2): Here comes the enemy!

Sikh: (Takes out sword)

German (WW2): (Head cut off)
by Natman93 June 19, 2008
 
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a great race that were commonly know as the warrior race
by DJ SWANN April 02, 2004
 
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The only true race of heros with limitless courage. They protect the weak and don't fear death.
In WWII Sikhs were the bravest combat unit to fight.
by King Singh August 12, 2008
 
12.
People of the Sikh faith that for some reason like to immigrate to Surrey, BC.

Older Sikhs can be identified by their turbans that come in all colors of the rainbow, and also by their love for cheap plastic shoes with Velcro fasteners that have been purchased at Wal Mart for $4.99. Older Sikhs can often be spotted standing on the street corner all day staring at White girls as they walk by.
Younger Sikhs quite often don't wear a turban, and will cut their hair. They are sometimes confused with Hindus. Younger Sikhs can often be seen riding around in expensive automobiles, but yet don't appear to have a regular 9 to 5 job like most people do. Tear away track pants seem to be a favorite for the young Sikh male. They quite often live in a monster home with 30 or so other family members.
You will know when you're in Sikh territory, as their monster homes will actually block out the sun, and the smell of curry wafting out onto the road from their kitchens hits you hard like a ton of bricks.
Wife: Christ, what's that smell? And what the hell is that noise?

Husband: That's curry, baby. And that noise is Bhangra music. Sikhs love it. I told you we should've moved to Maple Ridge instead.
by johnnyanonymous March 18, 2010
 
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S.I.K.H. - Sharing In Kind Here

Applies a standard that now I have shared IN KIND with you -- a respectful reply or answer IN KIND would be polite. No answer is obviously not polite. Whatever you choose to do from this point is obviously taken notice of.

IN KIND refers to what basic details you now have of me is someway requested back IN KIND RETURN. And always there is a polite way for you to say "No Thanks".
This reply to you is desired in a way of Sharing In Kind Here S.I.K.H.. Please be polite in a kind reply.
by In the Mindway September 17, 2005
 
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S.I.K.H. - Sharing In Kind Here

Applies a standard that now I have shared IN KIND with you -- a respectful reply or answer IN KIND would be polite. No answer is obviously not polite. Whatever you choose to do from this point is obviously taken notice of.

IN KIND refers to what basic details you now have of me is someway requested back IN KIND RETURN. And always there is a polite way for you to say "No Thanks".
This reply to you is desired to be in S.I.K.H. or Sharing In Kind Here. Please be polite in a kind reply.
by In the Mindway September 17, 2005