moti


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moti

(məʊˈtiː)
n
derogatory Hinglish a fat woman or girl
[C21: Hindi]
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The very best of all the elephants belonged to the very worst of all the drivers or mahouts; and this superior beast's name was Moti Guj.
Deesa sat on Moti Guj's neck and gave him orders, while Moti Guj rooted up the stumps-for he owned a magnificent pair of tusks; or pulled at the end of a rope-for he had a magnificent pair of shoulders-while Deesa kicked him behind the ears and said he was the king of elephants.
Deesa," said he, "you've spoken the truth, and I'd give you leave on the spot if anything could be done with Moti Guj while you're away.
As to the inconsiderable interval, have I the gracious permission of the heaven-born to call up Moti Guj?
The twinkle died out as Moti Guj tried to look delighted.
Deesa took a tent-peg and banged Moti Guj ten times on the nails.
Moti Guj curled the tip of his trunk, Chihun put his foot there, and was swung on to the neck.
Chihun thumped Moti Guj's bald head as a paver thumps a curbstone.
and Chihun's wife called him a darling; but Moti Guj was a bachelor by instinct, as Deesa was.
The morning of the eleventh day dawned, and there returned no Deesa, Moti Guj was loosed from his ropes for the daily stint.
Moti Guj put his ears forward, and Chihun knew what that meant, though he tried to carry it off with high words.
It was the end of the day, and Moti was coming home from the fishing.