how do you say snot in Persian / Farsi?

is it 'an damagh'? or 'abe bini'?

Update:

'snot' is the thing that comes out of your nose...it's colloquial/not a polite word lol

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Snot is "Moff" pronounced:(mo, ff)

    abeh bini is sort of right but this is used for when you have a runny nose( the liquid is not mucus like) also you can use abeh damagh

    bini and damagh are the same thing meaning nose.

    ab is water, when you say abeh, it means it belongs to (in this case nose).

    Source(s): i'm persian
  • 1 decade ago

    maybe in English "snot" is not polite at all but in Farsi there is a diffrence between

    "an damagh" and "abe bini".

    in the meantime they have same meaning in general.

    "an damagh" has a bad sense (rural meaning),

    how ever, "abe bini" is more common and use specially for description of nose condition.

    an damagh = sh*t (of) nose (bad sense)

    abe bini = flow (of) nose

    damagh=bini= nose

    Source(s): i am persian
  • 1 decade ago

    hi i didn't find the word"snot" in dictionary but damagh and bini means nose

    Source(s): mothers language
  • 1 decade ago

    damagh usually same word as nose. if you wanna be really rude and low class something people would stare at you for andamagh

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  • 1 decade ago

    aab-e-biinii is 'mucus from nose'.

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