aumildar

aumildar

[aw-mil-dahr, aw-mil-dahr]
noun (in India)
1.
a manager or agent.
2.
a collector of revenue.

Origin:
1770–80; < Hindi amaldār < Persian, equivalent to Arabic ʿamal work + Persian -dar agent suffix, literally, holder, holding

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