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Siklai




The word "Siklai" has a number of meanings which include to lie, fool, trick, deceive or exaggerate with the aim of making a joke. The word may be described as an urban slang and according to teachers of Khasi literature and language, it may have been borrowed from Hindi or vice versa.
For example: "Mynta dry day dei? Flop leh."
"Ïoh te me da me dial 1234567 home delivery."
"Me ynnai siklai than."

"Siklai" 😀😀😀A Khasi word that has gained the status of an urban slang. We have all been "siklai-ed" at some point. 🤡🤡🤡🤡 Tag all your "Siklai" Malois! 😂😂

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