Two from the list of six:
“”Bardak”,a Turkish borrowed word meaning messy and disorganized, although the translation is “brothel”.
“Buka-umavulaka”, an Aramaic borrow word, a “high level” form of speech, also implying very very deep chaos.
Balagan, yet another popular borrowed word to describe lack of order.
The great number of words available represents a linguistic need to differentiate between various levels of poor organization of of our society
Reasons for this disorder are:
1) A disdain for planning, which is seen as a luxury of the opulent.
2) A lack of belief in systems, and massive use of relationships to bypass systems.
3) The proclivity to re-open decisions because nothing is very final, ever.
4) An immigrant society with few shared ways of doing things.
5) Belief that the individual is and must be empowered with ingenuity to work around barriers and obstacles.
All of the above create a large balagan, and a lot of creativity, and a low level of scalability
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