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What about “Turkey Snot”?
I started collecting this expression in different languages as a hobby about 30 years ago thinking, unlike my other hobbies, it was lightweight, portable, required no storage space and, best of all, wouldn’t fill in the last 1/2″ of mouse space on my desk.
So far, I’ve had very few willing contributors, but have managed to collect it in Greek, German, Spanish and French.
Since turkeys are native to North and South America, I’m pretty sure that they were unknown to the ancients of India. However, since they are genetically related to the peafowl I humbly submit for your consideration:
nAsikAmala barhin (nose-dirt of peafowl)
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