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Shashi Tharoor gave the first 'Thaoorian' word of 2018 by replying to Vinay Katiyar's remark on Taj Mahal

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 7 February 2018, 10:46 IST
Shashi Tharoor gave the first 'Thaoorian' word of 2018 by replying to Vinay Katiyar's remark on Taj Mahal (Twitter)

Shashi Tharoor's has always helped one in improving their English vocabulary with his baffling 'Tharoorian Dictionary' and we should always thank him for this. He is netizens favorite wordsmith who never let anyone berate over Indian culture by his controversial and frankly absurd.

Earlier Tharoor dropped ‘Exasperating farrago of distortions, misrepresentations and outright lies being broadcast by an unprincipled showman masquerading as a journalist‘ last year. Now Shashi Tharoor is back with his first abstruse, recherche locution, baffling of 2018 'troglodyte' from his 'Tharoorian Dictionary'.

On Tuesday, Tharoor slammed Banrag Dal president, BJP leader Vinay Katiyar over Taj Mahal remark. Once again Katiyar managed to make headlines when he remarked that the iconic Taj Mahal should be renamed as 'Tej Mandir'. When many of us were just shaking our heads over disapproval of the news, Tharoor managed to give a befitting reply to Katiyar by calling him a 'Troglodyte' on Twitter.

“We can’t let these troglodytes destroy our country & everything beautiful in it.” he tweeted.

 

Yes, while referring to BJP Leader Katiyra's comment, the Thiruvananthapuram MP responded with his first word 'troglodytes' for 2018 from his Tharoorian dictionary and stating that such ideology cannot be allowed to 'destroy the country'.

This first English class of Tharoor has let netizens rush to figure out its meaning. So, just calm down and relax. The word 'troglodytes' mean caveman or people who are deliberately ignorant or old-fashioned by their choice. It also means 'hermit' on the internet.

Let's take a look what meaning did Twitterati found for this Tharoorian word.

 We leave it to you to speculate what Tharoor meant.  If you don't want to miss Tharoorian's 2018 class so stay tuned with us and improve your English vocabulary.

First published: 7 February 2018, 10:46 IST
 
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