Lionel Messi is a khafan soccer player.
Saadi has some khafan poems.
The iPhone is really a khaz cell phone. Everyone and their mother owns one now.
We can't invite him to the party. He's so khaz- he'll make us look bad.
If you've heard of javād, this is the same. I've also heard khaze penhān, which refers to a person who is khaz, but actually thinks s/he is cool. Some people tell me this is real slang, others tell me those people made it up. You be the judge.
Another [positive] meaning of atighe is antique. When you call a person this, it's negative, like they are so old and good for nothing. My friend recently called an old professor this.
My professor gave us a dictation once for an hour during a workshop. He was such an atighe.
I love the story of oskol: it's a bird [puffin] that forgets where it has stored its food for the winter. Calling a person this is like calling them an idiot/moron.
That guy is such an oskol. His language hasn't improved in over 6 months with a private teacher.
Yesterday, our soccer team terkundan. They played really well.
At the party last night, the DJ terkund! Everyone had a great time.
shākh literally means horn. You may remember it from the idiom shakh dar avordam.
You're lucky to be in that professor's class. He's really shākh.
That girl is the most shākh girl I've ever seen. [here: the most beautiful]
This is kind of like a Freudian slip, except not quite as Freudian as it is slip. It can be a funny mistake or if someone asks you not to make a sooti, they mean not to blow their cover. Sooti comes from soot zadan, to whistle.
Listen, if anyone asks who this belongs to, it's yours. Sooti nadi!, Don't blow it.
Those are the slang words that I hear the most. More to come...