- (official name): Bengaluru
From Kannada ಬೆಂಗಳೂರು (beṅgaḷūru). The source of the name Bengaluru is usually attributed to [script needed] (beṅga-val-ūru, “city of guards”) in Old Kannada or [script needed] (benda-kāl-ūru, “town of boiled beans”) from Kannada folklore.
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- (business) To outsource (an employee, position, or function) to India, especially to Bangalore.
- 2003, John Wallace, in comp.os.vms 
- CPQ UK's order management stuff (which I *think* covers Europe) *was* in the process of being Bangalored.
- 2004, Christopher Browne, in tor.jobs 
- They have gotten gored more heavily by being "Bangalored" than they perhaps deserved, but a "great fall" was certainly in the cards.
- 2005, Dr.Sahib.Pandit.Shri.Shri.Rainam Ji Maharaj Ji Ustad, in soc.culture.indian 
- Even though your anger against Indians is justified given that you have been Bangalored by our sambhar-guzzling desi geeks Swami and Murty - who earn 1/5th your salary and ride to work on their pet elephant *Appu*, it is not fair of you to berate any and every Indian you come across.
- 2003, John Wallace, in comp.os.vms