last updated on 20060124
name of this site is bindhast.com.
The Indian word `bindhast ' (adj, adv) is
formed by combining two
words: `bin ',
and `dhast '.
`bin ' is normally used as a
prefix, and may have
Sanskrit, Farsi, and/or Arabic lineage.
`bin ' can be loosely translated into
the English phrases `without ', `in absence of ' etc. A closer
fit is the word `sans' in Francais.
`dhast ' comes from the word `dhasti' , which could translate
`fear ', `trepidation ', `concern ', etc.
So, the word `bindhast ' means
`fearless ', `dreadnought', `bold ', `without trepidation ',
etc ... Sort of an Asian `What, Me Worry? '.
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