Definition of feringhee in English:

feringhee

Line breaks: fer|in¦ghee
Pronunciation: /fəˈrɪŋɡi
 
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(also feringhi)

noun

1chiefly derogatory (In India and other parts of Asia) a foreigner, especially one with white skin.
More example sentences
  • Europeans, too, are very little known here, and I heard the children continually calling out to us, as we passed through the villages, 'Feringhee'.
  • The casualties on the winning side were four white and eight black soldiers killed, 14 feringhee and 36 native soldiers wounded!
2 archaic A person of Indian-Portuguese parentage.

Origin

via Urdu from Persian firangī, from the base of Frank.

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