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Old April 9, 2018, 02:34 PM
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hmm wonder what they call a puck?
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Puck isn’t a bangla word (unless you mean pak ; clean OR paak ; to cook) so not sure how they pronounce it.

But let’s say paikhana will be pronounced as faikhhhana. The kh is also emphasized a bit more.

Meanwhile in borishal, p is mostly changed to h.

Now I wonder if paikhana is also Farsi. It does have “khana” which may indicate Farsi Arab roots and the Sanskrit word for that is “mol”

nw/Bk bhai any thought?
My sylhety dadi amma (RIP) used to say," Khita khoro bha? Khi faak korsot? Bou phaak korse ni?"
I would say," Dida, Khitha khou tumi, Eita Shormer khotha baad dau!!
tumar bouma phaak korse amar laagi...Shoirshar toil Begun bhazi - Anda bhazi!"
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Old April 9, 2018, 03:17 PM
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Puck isn’t a bangla word (unless you mean pak ; clean OR paak ; to cook) so not sure how they pronounce it.

But let’s say paikhana will be pronounced as faikhhhana. The kh is also emphasized a bit more...

Now I wonder if paikhana is also Farsi. It does have “khana” which may indicate Farsi Arab roots and the Sanskrit word for that is “mol”

nw/Bk bhai any thought?
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Mufti...give me a few minutes, I will come back and explain the origin of the word paikhana...I have a few ideas
Mufti, I did a little digging in my backyard of knowledge.
The origin of the word Paikhana is from the Mughol period, probably during the reign of Emp. Humayun. Origin is Urdu.

I think it may have some hybridanisation between indo Sanskrit and the newly developed language for the Mughol army/.

Pai - I think is originating from Sanskrit/Bangla 'Paayoo' meaning 'Anus'
Khana - do not think something you will eat. It means a place in Urdu/Farsi.
So it is a place, a toilet, 'Paikhana' where you let your paayoo do the talking or as changed and pronounced 'Pai' meaning the productos that comes out of your Paayoo and and you do all this very peacefully in a place 'khana', therefore 'Paikhana' or Latrine or Toilet. Now after many years at a Paikhana what we do is also called 'paikhana'

Hope this helps.
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Old April 9, 2018, 03:22 PM
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So from now on, Mufti, you and me when at Paikhana, sitting peacefully and contemplating the universe, we can thank Shomrat Shahan Shah of sar-i Hindustaan Nasir Ud-din Muhammad Humayun and his Mughol Army and his commanders generals

Now I am trying to find the origin of the word: Bodna aka Lota
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Old April 9, 2018, 03:49 PM
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^hahaha..bk bhai too much.

so to answer nw's question, paikhana is the true word that has both farsi and Sanskrit roots. that very unique word which has both. so if anyone asks what languages influenced bangla, we can all say farsi and Sanskrit and the example for that is "paikhana".

we may close this thread now.
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had this first hand exp. with one of my Iranian co-worker ... we discovered so many similar words between these 2 beautiful languages ... had a good laugh in one lunch conversation!
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