Most of Modi’s speeches start and end with ‘Mitrooooooooooooooooon’, and it’s no surprise that, over the years, it’s almost become a slang for people. As if that wasn’t enough, the word ‘Mitron’ has now made it to the pages of Urban Dictionary.
The word ironically means friends – however, it has only been used to make anti-people announcements. The word has been around for quite some time and people have started to use it more often than not. Check these funny posts!
— कोमल 🙂 (@Komal_Indian) December 7, 2016
mitron ne din-raat voting ki lekin award Trump le gaya, ye toh wahi baat hui 5 ghante bank ki line me rahe, cash Manager ka saala le gaya. 😝
— Rofl Gandhi (@RoflGandhi_) December 7, 2016
— Rajiv (@Rajivmehra27) December 7, 2016
Mitron: (noun) A large group of unsuspecting people about to be hit by something they will take a long time to recover #Facebook
— Yusuf Unjhawala 🇮🇳 (@YusufDFI) December 7, 2016
Modi could have just said "Mitron" to the Times jury.
They would have made him Person of the Year 2016 out of fear.
— Cryptic Mind (@Vishj05) December 7, 2016
All the words submitted to Urban Dictionary are reviewed by volunteers, The volunteers then read the definition and decide whether to publish the word or not, just to ensure that they filter personal attacks and mundane entries.