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Kundi - Ones back side. Although it is a literal not a slang term it is rarely used in public discourse hence attaining the status of slang term when used.
Pundai* - Used to boys/men to describe a female genitalia in a non friendly manner. It is considered to be rude to use this word when directly spoken to a girl/woman. Can be used by men to refer to each other also.
Article is not nonsense. At this moment, I'm standing here with a doctor whose last name is Kundi, is from that region of Pakistan (NorthWest Territory), and who comes from that tribe. Glacialfury 19:36, 30 November 2007 (UTC)
User talk:Ocatecir reverted the article to the version it had right after it survived the AFD, bringing it down to stub status. thank you. --கோபி 21:20, 12 May 2007 (UTC)
This page was flagged as a dead-end page, due to absence of inline citations. I've now added those where appropriate/possible. Note that some of the 'notables' don't currently have Wiki pages about them and that I have added an external sources for verification required banner, as I think these are needed to give the article some authority. Libby norman 19:40, 11 February 2013 (UTC) — Preceding unsigned comment added by Libby norman (talk • contribs)