Gondi


Gondi

Gondi [gon-dee] Examples noun

  1. a Dravidian language, the language of the Gonds.

Examples from the Web for gondi Historical Examples of gondi

  • “I will also find you events which shall go to all the airs,” answered Gondi.

    Cinq Mars, Complete

    Alfred de Vigny

  • “We can see his movements better now,” said Gondi, in a whisper to Montresor.

    Cinq Mars, Complete

    Alfred de Vigny

  • Gondi had entered the church, but he had no302 talents for it.

    Castles and Chateaux of Old Touraine and the Loire Country

    Francis Miltoun

  • The Queen made a sign to Gondi to be left alone with the Jesuit.

    The Pocket Bible or Christian the Printer

    Eugne Sue

  • Their sept names are Gondi words, and their language is a form of Gondi, called after them Parji.

    The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India – Volume IV of IV

    R.V. Russell

  • British Dictionary definitions for gondi Gondi noun

    1. the language or group of languages spoken by the Gonds, belonging to the Dravidian family of languages

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