Paraganda Jamina, aka: Parāgandā Jamīna; 1 Definition(s)

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Paraganda Jamina means something in Marathi. If you want to know the exact meaning, history, etymology or English translation of this term then check out the descriptions on this page. Add your comment or reference to a book if you want to contribute to this summary article.

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parāgandā jamīna (परागंदा जमीन).—f Lands of an absentee who has lost the occupancy or tenure.

(Source): DDSA: The Molesworth Marathi and English Dictionary
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Marathi is an Indo-European language having over 70 million native speakers people in (predominantly) Maharashtra India. Marathi, like many other Indo-Aryan languages, evolved from early forms of Prakrit, which itself is a subset of Sanskrit, one of the most ancient languages of the world.

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Jamina
jamīna (जमीन).—f Land or ground. The earth. A terrace, earthen floor, or made ground. jaminīsa ...
Paraganda
parāgandā (परागंदा).—a ind Vagrant; absconded. Dis- persed or scattered.
Maphi Jamina
māphī jamīna (माफी जमीन).—f ( H) Land free of assessment. It is distinguished into ajīṃ māphī &...
Hiravi Jamina
hiravī jamīna (हिरवी जमीन).—f C Land sown without having been previously burned.
Korala Jamina
kōrāḷa jamīna (कोराळ जमीन).—f Reddish and poor ground or soil (as found in the ḍāṅga &c.)
Gavatijamina
gavatī-jamīna (गवती-जमीन).—f Grass-land.
Gramadevaci Jamina
grāmadēvācī jamīna (ग्रामदेवाची जमीन).—f Lands granted to defray the expenses of ceremonies in ...
Bharakatha-jamina
bharakāṭha-jamīna (भरकाठ-जमीन).—f Poor soil.
Paragada-jamina
parāgadā-jamīna (परागदा-जमीन).—f Lands of an absentee who has lost the occupancy or tenure.
Nibhavani Jamina
nibhāvaṇī jāmīna (निभावणी जामीन).—m A security that land granted shall be duly cultivated.
Bhumi
Bhūmi (भूमि) or Daśahūmi refers to the “ten stages (of the Bodhisattva)” as defined in the Dhar...
Potajamina
pōṭajāmīna (पोटजामीन) [or pōṭācā jāmīna, or पोटाचा जामीन].—m A private surety; a surety taken b...
Gahaṇa
gahana (गहन).—a Difficult of passage or access-a forest &c., difficult of comprehen- sion, a sc...
Malaka
mālaka (मालक).—c An owner. The rightful person.--- OR --- māḷakā (माळका).—f A string, line, tra...
Sharava
sarāva (सराव).—m Practice, use.

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