Konkani Phrases for Different Types of Meat
Konkani Phrases for different types of meat or flesh that is found and eaten commonly by the people of Goa are listed herein this article. The phrases might differ slightly here and there from south to north of Goa since they have different pronunciations
If you are planning to visit Goa and enjoy the local cuisine, it is helpful to learn a few basic Konkani phrases for different types of meat. This will help you to communicate with your waiter or waitress more easily and to order the food that you want.
What is meat meaning in Konkani?
Konkani baxen vo sadde baxen maas munche meat, oi zonvaranchem maas jem ami lok ruchin vo gostan khatat. Maas zavum eta sanstan prannichem (Mammals), suknniachem ani nusteachem.
Maas zaite baxen follam vo ghott salichem follam astat jim lok khatat tekai maas muntat.
Well, In simple words, meat is the flesh of animals that is eaten as food. This includes the flesh of mammals, birds, and fish. Meat can also be used to refer to the edible part of a seed or nut.
Here is a more detailed explanation of the different types of meat
Red meat: Red meat comes from mammals, such as beef, pork, lamb, and goat. Red meat is a good source of protein, iron, and zinc.
White meat: White meat comes from poultry, such as chicken and turkey. White meat is generally lower in fat and calories than red meat.
Seafood: Seafood includes fish, shellfish, and crustaceans. Seafood is a good source of protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and other nutrients.
Meat can be cooked in many different ways, such as grilling, frying, baking, and roasting. It is important to cook meat thoroughly to kill harmful bacteria.
Meat is a popular food all over the world. It is a good source of protein and other nutrients, but it is important to eat meat in moderation.
Meat is a staple food in Goa, and there are many different ways to say “meat” in Konkani. Here is a list of some of the most common Konkani phrases for different types of meat:
Please note that some of these Konkani phrases may vary depending on the region in Goa. For example, in some regions, “mas” is used to refer to fish, while in other regions, it is used to refer to meat in general.
Herein I have chosen the most commonly eaten flesh (Meat) Names, If any missing out please leave in the comment section to add them here.
1 – Bokdia Maas – Goat Meat (Male Goat)
2 – Bokdde Maas – Goat Meat (Female)
Bebea Maas – Frog Meat
Channe Maas – Squirrel Meat
Dukra Maas – Pork Meat
Gaie (Gaye) Maas – Cow Meat (Beef)
Gaie (Gaye) Maas – Ox Meat (Beef)
Kombea Maas – Cock Meat
Kombe Maas – Hen Meat
Konguea Maas – Snail Meat
Kansou vo Kansva Mass – Tortoise Meat
Randukra Maas – Boar Meat