Munda

[n] - a family of languages spoken by people scattered throughout central India
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Munda

Any one of several groups living in northeastern and central India, numbering about 5 million (1983). Their most widely spoken languages are Santali and Mundari, languages of the Munda group, an...
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Munda

noun a family of languages spoken by people scattered throughout central India
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Munda

any of several more or less distinct tribal groups inhabiting a broad belt in central and eastern India and speaking various Munda languages of the ... [1 related articles]
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Munda

The USS Munda was an American Casablanca Class light fleet aircraft carrier of 6730 tons displacement launched in 1944. The USS Munda had a top speed of 18 knots and carried a complement of 800 and about 30 aircraft. She was armed with one 5 inch gun and twenty-four 20 mm anti-aircraft guns.
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Munda

The Munda are any one of several groups living in north east and central India, numbering about 5 million in 1983. Their most widely spoken languages are Santali and Mundari, languages of the Munda group, an isolated branch of the Austro-Asiatic family. The Mundas were formerly nomadic hunter- gatherers, but now practise shifting cultivation. They ...
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Munda

Any one of several groups living in northeastern and central India, numbering about 5 million (1983). Their most widely spoken languages are Santali and Mundari, languages of the Munda group, an isolated branch of the Austro-Asiatic family. The Mundas were formerly nomadic hunter-gatherers, but now practise shifting cultivation. They are Hi...
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Munda

[Hinduism] In Hinduism, Munda was an Asura in the service of Sumbha and Nisumbha who was killed by Chamunda Devi along with Chanda. ...
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