Kumda, Kuṃḍa: 1 definition


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Source: DDSA: A practical Hindi-English dictionary

1) Kuṃḍa (कुंड) [Also spelled kund]:—(nm) a reservoir; pool; cistern.

2) Kuṃḍā (कुंडा) [Also spelled kuda]:—(nm) a large earthen bowl/pot; —[karanā] to devastate, to undo, to ruin.

3) Kuṃda (कुंद) [Also spelled kund]:—(nm) a kind of flower; (a) obtuse; blunt; slow; ~[jehana] dull, obtuse.

4) Kuṃdā (कुंदा) [Also spelled kunda]:—(nm) the butt (end of a gun); log; block of wood; handle (of an instrument).

5) Kūṃḍa (कूंड):—(nf) a furrow; ~[dāra] furrowed.

6) Kūṃḍā (कूंडा):—(nm) a large shallow earthen bowl; basin; hence ~[ḍī] fem. (diminutive).

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