Cikurabhara, aka: Cikurabhāra, Cikura-bhara; 1 Definition(s)

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Cikurabhāra (चिकुरभार).—a mass or tuft of hair; यस्याश्चोरश्चिकुरनिकरः कर्णपूरो मयूरः (yasyāścoraścikuranikaraḥ karṇapūro mayūraḥ) P. R.1.22.

Derivable forms: cikurabhāraḥ (चिकुरभारः).

Cikurabhāra is a Sanskrit compound consisting of the terms cikura and bhāra (भार). See also (synonyms): cikuroccaya, cikurakalāpa, cikuranikara, cikurapakṣa, cikurapāśa, cikurahasta.

Source: DDSA: The practical Sanskrit-English dictionary
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