A tea-poy has very little to do with tea. It was originally the name for an Indian three-footed, i.e., a tī-pāī table which could be used for many things including serving tea.
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While Urdu is its national language, more people speak Punjabi and its dialects in Pakistan than any other language. In 1998, only 7.57% of the population were Urdu speakers.
Kasab or Qassab means butchers or slaughterers in Arabic and Urdu. It is also the name of a Muslim community involved in the meat business.