Definición de Bhil en inglés:

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Bhil

Pronunciación: /biːl/
(also Bheel)

sustantivo

A member of an indigenous people of central India.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Between Harda and Omkareshwar, and again between Badwani and Tanchala, steep, forested hills close in once more, mainly inhabited by tribal or adivasi peoples - the Kols, Gonds, Korkus, Bhils and Bhilalas.
  • One factor that distinguishes these Gond people from the Bhils is their longer residence-three to four generations - in this same area.
  • Perched at a crest about 1,500 feet above sea level, the Dangs have since time immemorial been inhabited by aboriginal tribes such as the Bhils and Kunbis, also known as Kukanas in Dharampur area, Warlis and Gamits.

adjetivo

Relating to the Bhils.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Though of Bhil origin and accustomed to ghunghat, (covering their faces) they had become more assertive.
  • Among them, the poorest were Bhil tribals, who could seldom afford to buy their full quota.
  • In many of the rebellions, the Adivasis could not be subdued, but terminated the struggle only because the British acceded to their immediate demands, as in the case of the Bhil revolt of 1809 and the Naik revolt of 1838 in Gujarat.

Origen

From Hindi Bhīl, from Sanskrit Bhilla.

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