Written by 9:57 am Science

What Does Didi Mean In India ?

Didi is a term of respect for an older sister in India. It can also be used as a slang word to call or address a woman, usually by younger men and women.

Didi is used in the same way that “sister” is used in English. It’s a way of saying “older sister” or “sisterhood.” In fact, it’s often used as a nickname for someone named “Durga.”

In Hindi (and other languages) there are many words that can mean both “older sister” and “sisterhood,” such as chachi and bhaiya. But didi has become very popular because it isn’t quite so formal as those words. And it’s much more casual than calling someone your elder brother’s wife maa-ji or maushi (“aunt”).

The word didi comes from the Sanskrit word didehi, which means “elder sister.” It has been used by people all over India for hundreds of years.

(Visited 22 times, 1 visits today)

Last modified: July 31, 2022

Close