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Farsi Chand

The Khwaja Siras, a group of transgender people in Pakistan, speak Farsi Chand. The language, which is used as a means of communication within the community, is derived from Farsi, Urdu, Hindi, and Punjabi. The language is not standardized and the meaning of words and expressions can vary depending on the context and the community. It's also worth noting that the language is a code language used by a marginalized community.

Here are very few examples of Farsi Chand words and their definitions:

  1. "Chakka" - A term used to refer to a transgender person

  2. "Hijra" - A term used to refer to a transgender woman

  3. "Khwaja Sara" - A term used to refer to a transgender man

  4. "Guru" - A term used to refer to a transgender person who is considered to be a mentor or leader within the community

  5. "Bacha" - A term used to refer to a young transgender person

  6. "Damm" - A term used to refer to money or financial transactions

  7. "Chak" - A term used to refer to a transgender person's genitalia

  8. "Shart" - A term used to refer to a transgender person's rules or code of conduct

  9. "Sifli" - A term used to refer to a transgender person who is considered to be promiscuous or disreputable

  10. "Shak" - A term used to refer to a transgender person's home or community




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