Parinir, Parinīr, Pari-nir, Pari-nīr: 1 definition
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Kannada-English dictionarySource: Alar: Kannada-English corpus
1) [noun] water flowing in a stream or in a channel.
2) [noun] water carried in pitchers or pots by women on auspicious occasions like marriage.
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 (+15): Parinirhan, Parinirjara, Parinirjita, Parinirluth, Parinirmala, Parinirmana, Parinirmisu, Parinirmita, Parinirmita Vasavartin, Parinirmitavashavartin, Parinirnij, Parinirva, Parinirvan, Parinirvana, Parinirvanakalyana, Parinirvanamahotsava, Parinirvanapade, Parinirvanapuje, Parinirvanasutra, Parinirvanavade.
Full-text: Pratinirvati, Parinirvana, Parinirjita, Parinirvayin, Parinirvapayitavya, Parinirluth, Parinirnij, Parinirhan, Parivanavaipulyasutra, Parivashavartin, Parinirmita, Parinirva, Parivana, Nirvrita, Upadaya.
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