Adar Zat

R.L Kaul submitted this entry 11 years ago


Literally, it means wet cloth (especially which is old and torn like damp cloth) but used for a person who is not getting away easily and is unavoidable most of times.
Syed. wrote this 3 years ago
unavoidable person
R.L Kaul wrote this 11 years ago

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