Definition of danda in English:

danda

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Pronunciation: /ˈdʌndə/

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noun

(In South Asia) a large stick used as a weapon by a policeman or guard: the watchman beat the walls with his danda

Origin

from Hindi ḍaṇḍā, from Sanskrit daṇḍa.

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