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Etymology unknown, but mostly likely derived from latin Ubaydus meaning hairy camel trader. It reamins a popular, yet highly offensive profanity used widely across Europe and the Near East to describe any shifty individual. Recently ubayds have strayed from their nomadic lifestyle to wreck havock on the streets of London where they engange in increasingly chavish behaviour. Although frequently mistaken with kurds, the resemblance they bare lies only in their aesthetics.
Despite their chavish behaviour, tribal traditions remain at the centre of ubaydian the lifestyle. While walking down the street they have frequently been observed singing their tribal songs or on the occasion even attempting to retail their dire herd of camels to a helpless punter (usually japanese tourist) at incredidbly inflated prices.
Due to excessive poaching the ubayed is now considered an endangered species and moves further and further up the world wildlife foundations endangered species list on a near daily basis. Please be vigilant against those who try to catch stray ubayds for hunting trophies and report them on the national ubayd hotline: 0800-689-342
"OMG - A wild ubayd"
"Whip out your cameras - a wild ubayd is on the move"
"No i do not want to trade my wife for half a camel, do go away you ubayd"
#tallywhacker #pikey #kurd #camel #pearl necklace
by Ringo Star April 17, 2006
come from indian meaning 'sexy hermaphrodite'
someone who seeks enjoyment through wearing turbans
and whose voice does not break until they are 50
Chirs:hey their a-bit-of-alright
Tom: Yeh man what a Ubayd
Chris: Oh Man!
#ubyad #ubid #ubaid #ubayid #ubayud
by dan_56_67 April 17, 2006
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