kul

(Sanskrit: `assembly,` or `family`), throughout India, except in the south, a family unit or, in some instances, an extended family. Most commonly ...
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kul

cool
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Kul

In Syrian mythology, the Kul were monsters - half fish and half human - which lurked at the bottom of lakes, and whose progeny infested wells, poisoning the water unless they were appeased. The Kul were susceptible to both singing and flattery, so they could be won over with songs of praise.
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