Tuesday, June 24, 2008

NEW WORD ... (baa-daa-wee)(noun)

There are possible plans to apply to the Oxford and Webster to include a new word for their 2009 dictionary.

Badawi (baa-daa-wee) (noun): To start something full of promise but end in disappointment, failure and/or disaster. Eg:
  • "I'm trusting you to perform this task well; don't do a badawi, ok?
  • "Whatever I do, I will always find a way to badawise it".
  • "France badawied their Euro 2008 campaign. England pre-badawied thiers, while Italy were guilt of over-badawification."

More suggestions for the Oxford and Webmaster:
A synonym to conspiracy : ROSMARE
Eg. There was a huge rosmare in Al-Tantuya's death. Mongolians were shocked with rosmare action by Rosmah.

Deep Tots :
  • Creative Malaysians. Bravo!!!

6 comments:

Kata Tak Nak said...

What else could I say but BRILLIANT

MANTRA said...

Cikgu
Malaysians are always brilliant except for the Prime Minister

RAZZAQ1960 said...

I was at the 5 feet pathway shophouses last nite looking for my cigar.
Groups of Zombie Bangla were arguing among themselves and said, "DONT U EVER CHAIREE IN THE PUBLIC OKAY".
Me wondering what is the meaning of CHAIREE? Back to my house and browse in Oxford Dictionary. Yummy, it was also a new word registered on 8th March 2008 and widely used in Asia Pacific.
U know what, In Bahasa Melayu, it is KECOH. Reminds me of the Zombie from Rembau

MANTRA said...

you got that right! zombie never sleeps..

VENDATOR said...

i will certainly promote the use of this term baa daa wee among my frieds!

MANTRA said...

go..go.. brilliant msians!