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Hindu

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈhɪn.duː/
someone who believes in Hinduism
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  • They are all Hindus.
  • It is an old Hindu custom.
Translations of “Hindu”
in Arabic هِنْدوسي…
in Korean 힌두교 신자…
in Malaysian Hindu…
in French hindou, oue…
in Turkish Hiduizm'e inanan, Hindu…
in Italian indù…
in Chinese (Traditional) 印度教教徒…
in Russian индуист…
in Polish wyznaw-ca/czyni hinduizmu…
in Vietnamese người Hin-đu…
in Spanish hindú…
in Portuguese hindu…
in Thai ผู้นับถือศาสนาฮินดู…
in German der Hindu…
in Catalan hindú…
in Japanese ヒンドゥー(ヒンズー)教徒…
in Indonesian Hindu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 印度教教徒…
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