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Definition of Ulloo Ka Patha

Ulloo Ka Patha

  • Ulloo Ka Patha Used as a derogatory term in the Indopak Subcontinent which literally means, Son of an Owl.

    Example) Son: "Dad, I got crashed your car.." Dad: "Ulloo ka Patha"
    Ullo Na Patha.

    Last edited on Sep 22 2020. Submitted by KebabSahib on Sep 22 2020.

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