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is it "to" or "tu"?

Discussion in 'Dil To Pagal Hai' started by bluey[Ru], May 15, 2008.

  1. bluey[Ru]

    bluey[Ru] Guest

    i watched dil to pagal hai today and i liked it when shahrukh kept sayin "rahul, naam [..] suna hoga?"
    now is it "to" as in so, or "tu" as in you :confused2::confused2::suspicious::suspicious::help:
     
  2. MarjorieGK

    MarjorieGK Ullu-Club-Member

    Rahul, naam to* suna hoga?

    also spellt as: toh
     
  3. bluey[Ru]

    bluey[Ru] Guest

    OH! thnx :hug:
    but does it mean "you" as well?
     
  4. rahulsn011

    rahulsn011 Well-Known Member

    rahul...naam to suna hoga means rahul...must have heard of the name!!!
     
  5. bluey[Ru]

    bluey[Ru] Guest

    so to means.. .... ....?
     
  6. BeBeDana

    BeBeDana SRKLicious

    Does Rahul have a particular meaning? or is it a common name like for instance Jim, Chuck, Tom?
     
  7. MarjorieGK

    MarjorieGK Ullu-Club-Member

    no :)
    tu means (intimate) you
    to means so, then
     
  8. bluey[Ru]

    bluey[Ru] Guest

    :confused2:
    but there is no then in the sentence :confused2:
    "must have heard of the name"
     
  9. rahulsn011

    rahulsn011 Well-Known Member

    to means must have, or you have! lol
    rahul has a alot of meanings but its mainly known to be for capable and its legend that Lord Buddha named his son Rahul as it meant remover of obstacles...Lord Buddha felt that family life can be an obstacle when on the path enlightenment!
     
  10. bluey[Ru]

    bluey[Ru] Guest

    OH :madgrin:
    thnx Marjo aur Rahul :D:hug:
     
  11. MarjorieGK

    MarjorieGK Ullu-Club-Member

    According to a few websites with Indian baby names, Rahul means "able, capable". And, son of Buddha
     
  12. rahulsn011

    rahulsn011 Well-Known Member

    No problemo dost!!!
     
  13. MarjorieGK

    MarjorieGK Ullu-Club-Member

    well, maybe not in the word for word translation, but it definitely is used in to express the same meaning as must have, na? Let's call it - idiomatic use. :)
     
  14. bluey[Ru]

    bluey[Ru] Guest

    able, capable.. umm nice meaning :p
     
  15. MarjorieGK

    MarjorieGK Ullu-Club-Member

    most welcome Ru :kiss::hug:
    BTW, how come you're not sleeping yet? :lol:
     
  16. rahulsn011

    rahulsn011 Well-Known Member

    Rahul can also mean efficient! I know wikipedia isnt a liable source but these seems rather accurate as i did some research into my name!

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rahul

    , a popular male name in India, has a variety of meanings. The earliest meaning found in the Upanishads is "conqueror of all miseries." Later use of the word is attributed to the Buddha, who named his son Rahul as he felt that family ties could be an obstacle in the path to renunciation and nirvana. Most Rahuls belong to the Hindu community. Some Dictionaries also suggest the meaning of Rahul as someone who is "Capable in all works" or "Efficient". Rahul in Sanskrit means "Efficient" The earliest recorded use of the word Rahul is found in the Mundaka Upanishad, wherein the word is used as a synonym for the moon.
    Rahul is also said to mean "prince".
     
  17. rahulsn011

    rahulsn011 Well-Known Member

    yes most definately agree with you there!!!
     
  18. bluey[Ru]

    bluey[Ru] Guest

    prince?
    rahul i cant believe ur name is in the wikipedia! :D
     
  19. MarjorieGK

    MarjorieGK Ullu-Club-Member

    Ru, and your name also means some princess, or queen? Sorry, my poor memory.
     
  20. rahulsn011

    rahulsn011 Well-Known Member

    well, only SRK is to thank for that! He made my name popular, apparently rahul is one of his favourite names, dont know if that is correct! but when i asked him, he nodded and smiled!
     

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