Hot Deal What’s your nickname? Mother's day contest - Win Amazon Gift Cards

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Hello everyone,

A quote by Mitch Albom – when you look at your mother, you are looking at the purest love you will ever know.

Words are never enough to describe her love for us. Talking about words the first one we ever said is Mom, maa, mumma, amma etc. and similarly we all have our own nicknames which we got from our Mom, today’s contest is all about that.

Share us your nickname which your mom kept.

Does she still calls you Sonu, Bitu Chintu, Guddu, etc in front of your friends or guests? Well you are not the only one, but its her natural way of expressing her love for you. So do share some stories behind your nickname as well, if any. If you have multiple nicknames then do mention it.

We will pick 5 random winners & 5 winners based on their entries. Total 10 winners who will get 150 Amazon Gift card.

Contest ends on 9th May 2021.
We will announce winners on 10th May on our official telegram channel : Join here – https://t.me/de...me

So what’s your nickname?

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Pillu.
I am a smallest from my home, and regularly played with baby animals.

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My nickname by mom is kosu-guti laughing
It’s a Lower Assam’s Assamese dialect. Kosu is the Assamese name for Elephant-ear and cocoyam plants . This plant if you don’t know how to handle it and worst, if you don’t know how to cook then it causes great discomfort/burns.
Guti means seed. It’s usuage is like – junior/tyke/squirt/brat.
So yeah, that’s the meaning behind my nickname – I was way worse then Dennis the menace in my childhood stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye

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rini50 wrote:

My nickname by mom is kosu-guti laughing
It’s a Lower Assam’s Assamese dialect. Kosu is the Assamese name for Elephant-ear and cocoyam plants . This plant if you don’t know how to handle it and worst, if you don’t know how to cook then it causes great discomfort/burns.
Guti means seed. It’s usuage is like – junior/tyke/squirt/brat.
So yeah, that’s the meaning behind my nickname – I was way worse then Dennis the menace in my childhood stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye

Itna likhne pe dedhso milta toh jarur likhta

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manikantaks4u wrote:

My mom used to call me Mani
In school my seniors used to call me Maths Manikanta ☺️

You a maths genius??! flushed

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Ots14 wrote:

Ab toh manna hin parega🤨https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/682618/medium/Screenshot_20210503_194039.jpg?1620051056

Does the delivery guy actually call you – “hello, is this pyare??” laughing

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motabhaii wrote:

Itna likhne pe dedhso milta toh jarur likhta

Many are non Assamese here. So the explanation of the two wordsbin my nickname sweat_smile

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rini50 wrote:

You a maths genius??! flushed

Haha I was just my class topper, that’s all. Genius is a very big word.

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rini50 wrote:

Does the delivery guy actually call you – “hello, is this pyare??” laughing

Yeah, not only delivery boy but also my family, relatives and friends all know me from that name 🤨

My real name is AmaRtya which is something difficult to pronounce grinning. Most of people heard & called it Amar so, it is better to known as Pyare which is quite easy and lovable also stuck_out_tongue

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akhild wrote:

Sonu

Sonu ! Humra pe bharosa kahe naikhe, naikhe stuck_out_tongue

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