Ahmedabad, Jan 19: During the electioneering, Congress used the word 'Feku' to hit out at then BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi. The word instantly became a hit on social media. This word has now made it to Gujarati lexicon.
The word 'feku' which is colloquial Gujarati for a person who bluffs unabashedly, has been included in the e-dictionary maintained as 'Lok Kosh' (people's dictionary) by Gujaratilexicon.com - an initiative to promote Gujarati, says a Times of India report.
The report said besides 'feku' other words like 'dhuppal' (bluff), 'tapori' (scoundrel), 'bakudi' (term of endearment for a girl), 'dorde-vaatu' (telephone) and English words 'selfie', 'tweet', 'profile' and 'kacker' have been added in the e-dictionary.
According to report, 1,000 glocal-something which reflects and is characterized by both local and global considerations-and colloquial words have been added in the dictionary.