parangi

pa·ran·gi

(pă-rang'gē, -ran'jē),
A disease similar to yaws, occurring in Sri Lanka.
[Sinhalese parangi lede, disease of foreigners]
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I get a kick out of every word you utter, here'--he indicated his ears" (18); while on the other, there is the Indian, who loathes everything foreign, and thus uses the pejorative word Parangi, which is a colloquial term for everything of foreign origin, especially for anything coming from Britain, and in this case for the English language: "'I don't know the Parangi language you speak, even little fellows in your country probably speak the Parangi language, but here only learned men and officers know it'" (19).
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Fahim will be buried in Parangi Pattanam, in Cudaloore this afternoon.
(7.) Mekel M, Stephen AE, Gaz RD, Perry ZH, Hodin RA, Parangi S: Thyroid surgery in octogenarians is associated with higher complication rates.