English neologisms of Nepalese usage origin

A list of terminologies introduced in English vocabulary, from Nepal.

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Bahunsplainer - (of a Brahmin) to comment on or explain something to non-Brahmin people in a condescending, overconfident, and often inaccurate or oversimplified manner that ascribes the phenomenon to a combination of overconfidence and cluelessness explaining without regard to the fact that the explainee knows more than the explainer; partonged statement by a Brahmin endorsing caste system and Brahminism

Capitionalism - Capital+colonization: (by a colonial power, invader nation) to colonize a nation and shift the capital into the invaded territory

Desvelethnonsing - (noun) a kind of ethnic cleaning that is acted in the name of development

Desvesetlanocide - (noun) intentional action to remove and destroy settlements of indigenous people showing the cause of development

Khasplainer - (of a Khas Arya person) to comment on or explain something to non-Khas ethnicities in a condescending, overconfident, and often inaccurate or oversimplified manner that ascribes the phenomenon to a combination of overconfidence and cluelessness explaining without regard to the fact that the explainee knows more than the explainer; partonged statement by a Khas Arya person endorsing MEHNist ideas and Khas Arya supremacy

Masturbuse - (verb) to conduct sexual abuse through masturbation (noun) masturbuser Origin: Nepalese women groups introduced the neologism to protest against a case of sexual abuse in its capital, where a man masturbated and ejacuated on woman's hair who was sitting in front of him. It started with #StopMasturbusing hashtag.

MEHN-ism - (noun) The ideology of Mono-ethnic Homogenous and Hegemonic Nationalism

Nhyasanāpāsā - Listen how to pronounce From Nepal Bhasa (noun): a person you met during the period of activism; a person with whom you are involved in activism; a friend in the circle of activism, usually the ones you met during the period of activism and interact for activism necessities.

Parbapassing - (of a native Parbate language speaker) to surpass and over voice any non-native speaker when conversations are going on in Parbate language; usually advantaging that Parbate language is their native language, in order to endorse their linguistic hegemony on non-native speakers, demeaning elses status as non-native speaker. [Parbate language: synonyms Gorkhali language, Gorkhe Bhasa, Khey Bhaay, Khas language, Partya Bhaay, Parbate Kura]

Psuehegonepalize - to explain, present or express the ideology of what it means to be a Nepalese in a way that endorses pseudo ideas of nation-state in a multinational state, while also endorses Gorkhali colonial mindset along Khas Arya ethnic supremacist ideas with Parbate language hegemony; a way of presenting Nepalese nationalism as Gorkhali colonial mindset along Khas Arya ethnic supremacist ideas with Parbate language hegemony by scrapping away diversity of the country and completely attempting to ignore and erase the systematic suppression institutionalised repression against indigenous people by the state

Quike - The Queer Hike, the term begun from Queer Youth Group organizing hiking events for queer people, the first one was in Dhinacho, Kathmandu.

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