Bombay

[n] - a city in western India just off the coast of the Arabian Sea
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Bombay

(city) Former name (until 1995) of Mumbai, capital of Maharashtra state in west central India. The city's name was officially changed in July 1995, and was renamed Mumbai after the goddess Mumba, the name in the local Marathi language for Parvati, the wife of the Hindu god Shiva
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Bombay

[mango] The Bombay mango is a named mango cultivar that originated in Jamaica. == History == Bombay was originally grown from a seed brought to Jamaica by immigrants from India. The fruit became popular due to its widely accepted flavor, and Bombay was eventually introduced into the United States via south Florida, where it is now sold as n...
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Bombay

[ship] Several ships have been named after Bombay (now Mumbai): ==Sources== ...
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Bombay

Bombay (bombā') , former state, W central India, on the Arabian Sea. The state contained within its borders the former Portuguese colonies of Goa and Daman and Diu. Historical remains exist from the period (320–184 B.C.) when much of Bombay belonged to the Buddhist Maurya empire. Bud...
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Bombay

city, capital of Mahrshtra state, India, and the country`s financial and commercial centre and principal port on the Arabian Sea. It is one of the ... [11 related articles]
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Bombay

Former province of British India; the capital was the city of Bombay (now Mumbai). In 1960 the major part became the two new states of Gujarat and Maharashtra. ...
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