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    by » 10 years ago


    I like to eat Ice cream when it was raining. This will be so much funny. :laugh: :laugh:

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  • Re: Likes and Dislikes

    by » 10 years ago


    I like to eat Ice cream when it was raining. This will be so much funny. :laugh: :laugh:


    I remember Sarala's post similar to this. All Andhra people are like so :woohoo: :woohoo:

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    by » 10 years ago


    Really I dont know this as she is also having the same taste like me.

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  • Re: Likes and Dislikes

    by » 10 years ago


    I dont know which language he used but in our telugu language also this word exist.

    Do you have word "Ente" in Telugu?
    Amma is a common word
    Chinmayjee likes it because it ends as 'Ammo'.....all Bengalis like words ending with 'o'...ha ha :P


    Amma Ammo i think are same words.Most probably it means mother. :)


    Yes, Amma is a common word in all languages


    I have heard lot of girls from Kerala having names like Aniamma,Lizamma,Sofiamma. :blink: What's the reason for using Amma as suffix after their names? :blink:


    Ponnamma, Chellamma, Thankamma, Elsamma, Kunjamma......do you want some more :silly: :blink: :blink: :sick:
    But you can't see girls of this generation with the same name :P . But old mothers may have...

    Similar male names....Thankachan, Ponnachan, Appachan....
    Achan means father....... :P


    Oh that means they change their names after marriage and keep suffix amma. :)

  • Re: Likes and Dislikes

    by » 10 years ago


    I dont know which language he used but in our telugu language also this word exist.

    Do you have word "Ente" in Telugu?
    Amma is a common word
    Chinmayjee likes it because it ends as 'Ammo'.....all Bengalis like words ending with 'o'...ha ha :P


    Amma Ammo i think are same words.Most probably it means mother. :)


    Yes, Amma is a common word in all languages


    I have heard lot of girls from Kerala having names like Aniamma,Lizamma,Sofiamma. :blink: What's the reason for using Amma as suffix after their names? :blink:


    Ponnamma, Chellamma, Thankamma, Elsamma, Kunjamma......do you want some more :silly: :blink: :blink: :sick:
    But you can't see girls of this generation with the same name :P . But old mothers may have...

    Similar male names....Thankachan, Ponnachan, Appachan....
    Achan means father....... :P


    Oh that means they change their names after marriage and keep suffix amma. :)


    No no...many grandmothers are there with names 'Amma' added...I think it was a fashion of 50's and 60's :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
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    Meera sandhu

  • Re: Likes and Dislikes

    by » 10 years ago


    I dont know which language he used but in our telugu language also this word exist.

    Do you have word "Ente" in Telugu?
    Amma is a common word
    Chinmayjee likes it because it ends as 'Ammo'.....all Bengalis like words ending with 'o'...ha ha :P


    Amma Ammo i think are same words.Most probably it means mother. :)


    Yes, Amma is a common word in all languages


    I have heard lot of girls from Kerala having names like Aniamma,Lizamma,Sofiamma. :blink: What's the reason for using Amma as suffix after their names? :blink:


    Ponnamma, Chellamma, Thankamma, Elsamma, Kunjamma......do you want some more :silly: :blink: :blink: :sick:
    But you can't see girls of this generation with the same name :P . But old mothers may have...

    Similar male names....Thankachan, Ponnachan, Appachan....
    Achan means father....... :P


    Oh that means they change their names after marriage and keep suffix amma. :)


    No no...many grandmothers are there with names 'Amma' added...I think it was a fashion of 50's and 60's :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:


    This is wrong information!

  • Re: Likes and Dislikes

    by » 10 years ago






    I think the name Sandhya Rani sounds a bit...!


    I don't like that Rani tag...I want a simple name only :(


    'Rani' means queen. If you do not like this, change to 'Queen Sandhya'

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    I think the name Sandhya Rani sounds a bit...!


    I don't like that Rani tag...I want a simple name only :(


    'Rani' means queen. If you do not like this, change to 'Queen Sandhya'

    Nice joke.....
    I don't want to become Rani...want to remain as princess only.....so young :cheer: :cheer: :cheer: :P

    Meera sandhu

  • Re: Likes and Dislikes

    by » 10 years ago


    [quote]
    Nice joke.....
    I don't want to become Rani...want to remain as princess only.....so young [/quote]

    So change it to Sandhya Kumari then!!!
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  • Re: Likes and Dislikes

    by » 10 years ago


    [quote]
    Nice joke.....
    I don't want to become Rani...want to remain as princess only.....so young


    So change it to Sandhya Kumari then!!! [/quote]

    Nice name.....accepted!!!!!!



    Meera sandhu

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