patois - Dictionary definition and meaning for word patois
pato+is...say your friend is saying you to "pataoo(flirt) isko (that girl)..by talking in her own patois.
Patois - 'pat'a nahi k'onsi' bhasha bol raha hai
its origin from french..where patois means to handle something very clumsily.so illetrate people basically handle situation very clumsily while communicating so they don't give much importance to what they are saying hence use dilects.which are genar
haven't u heard the phrase - "pataeto potaeto" means two ways of saying potato, different dialects will have different ways
Split like PATO+IS.. PATO IS a brazillan player who speaks in his local brazillan language.
focus on PAT ..means..exactly suited to the situation....so the DILECTS WHICH are said by particular group of people , are SITUATION BASED, OR SPOKEN DURING a particular SITUATION.
The spelling is a hard part OIS stands for Other Interpretations of Sentences
patois is pronounced as "pathwa" which is similar to "Fatwa" which is given by the regional Muslim leader. Speech by regional muslim clergy. ...yeah,well no one cares what jargon muslim clergy uses
ragra paetis..maharashtran jargon and substandard one at that..perfect mnemonic
patois is pronounced as "patwa" from this pronouncing one could remember that each country read it in their own ways.. because difference in their accent.