A person from London is called a Londoner, from New York a New Yorker, from Glasgow, a Glaswegian and so on. In India, one from Mumbai will be called a Mumbaikar, from Delhi, a Delhiwala, and so on. I live in a city in Maharashtra in India called Pune. A resident will be called Punekar.
That preamble was to introduce you to a new word that I learnt today.
It is defined as “a person having the habit of giving opinions and advice on matters outside of his knowledge or competence.”
Instead of that tongue twister, Maharashtrians, that is, people who live in Maharashtra, India, will simply call a person of that nature a Punekar.
For my readers, I think that I am an exception that proves the rule. What do you think?