Four thousand six hundred million or 4.6 billion.Four billion, six hundred million.
it means bad cast.. as in The Indian caste system
Zenana is an Indian word that is a harem on the Indian subcontinent, a part of the house reserved for high-caste women/women who are ranked highly in the Caste System; a system of segregating women into harems.
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The Lakota Indian word for horse is šunkawakan The Lakota Indian word for colt is šunkcincala
A physical quantity that is the measurement of the amount of disorder in a system.
the indian word nkweniss means grandson
translate hi in indian word
The noun 'Indian' is a proper noun as a word for a native American or a person of India. The word 'Indian' is a proper adjective as a word that describes a noun: Indian food, or Indian culture.
the Indian word for ''ghost'' is ''bhooth'' [booth]
The creek indian word for grandfather is puca
Reindeer ------------------------ The word caribou comes from a Micmac Indian word for "snowshoveler."
What is a thirteen letter word for the French and Indian Revolution?
Every Indian language will have it's own word. In Hindi, it is called janmadin.
Soquili is the Indian word for horse. The correct pronunciation is sew-kwi-lee.
The word Indian must not always capitalized because it adjective. For example Indian occein Indian people Indian countary.
One main Indian innovation that is used throughout the world is the number zero. Indian mathematicians were the first to recognise and use zero as a real number. About 500BCE Indian scholar Pingala used the sanskrit word śūnya to represent zero. In 498CE Aryabhata developed a ten digit decimal notation system that is the basis of our 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9, system today.
The word is from the Indian language Malayalam and it means "in solidarity/support"
from the Algonquin Indian word: aroughcun
The word "amount" is a noun.
the word in Indian and/or Pakistani language is dupaaaar
Indian word for castes means that idians that are afraid to be known by the world
I think the Hindi word is Shavani or Shivani - ask your local Indian restaurant owner!