Hanuma: 1 definition
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Hanuma (ಹನುಮ):—[noun] āṃjanēya, an important character in the epic Rāmāyaṇa.
Kannada is a Dravidian language (as opposed to the Indo-European language family) mainly spoken in the southwestern region of India.
See also (Relevant definitions)
Starts with (+92): Hanuma loha, Hanumac, Hanumacchata, Hanumaccitra, Hanumachchitra, Hanumachitra, Hanumacitra, Hanumad, Hanumadakhyana, Hanumadangadasamvada, Hanumadapadanastotra, Hanumadashtaka, Hanumadashtottarashatanaman, Hanumadashtottarashatanamavali, Hanumadbahuka, Hanumadbali, Hanumadbhashya, Hanumadbhujanga, Hanumaddandaka, Hanumaddigbandha.
Full-text (+3): Hanuma loha, Hanumayana, Hanumanta, Deshitodi, Adboda, Sopana, Abharana, Kraunca, Samjavana, Tapta, Jambunadamaya, Rajatamala, Barhiṇa, Turya, Rajahamsa, Antara, Vedika, Manikuttima, Hanumisu, Todi.
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