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Didi
 n.— «Most Indians, for example, do not call their elder sisters by name but as “Didi” or an equivalent term (just like how one does not normally call one’s parents by name, but “Mother” or “Father.”)» —“Hindi and Innocent Creole Culture” by Kirk Meighoo Trinidad Express Apr. 23, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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