In Hindoo females there is a prominent trait which deserves to be commended.
A Hindoo is a Hindoo and a brother to the man who knows his vernacular.
This practice has locally decreased the population, while in all other Hindoo sects it is rapidly increasing.
Not much to be seen in the shops except London brasswork and Hindoo gods.
This tact lends some support to W. Simpson's theory that the Hindoo temple is derived from a sepulchral structure.
A Hindoo family are in fact installed and preparing their repast.
I had not been there for more than three minutes when the Enigma's Hindoo bearer entered.
There is no doubt that he told him I was not the doctor's brother, nor a Hindoo pilgrim.
YOU assume that the Hindoo conspirators could by no possibility commit a mistake.
It is always employed by Hindoo poets as an equivalent of our magnet.
1660s, from Persian Hindu (adjective and noun) "Indian," from Hind "India," from Sanskrit sindhu "river," specifically the Indus; hence "region of the Indus," gradually extended across northern India. The Hindu Kush mountain range is said to mean literally "Indian killer," and was said to have been the name given by the Persians to a pass where their Indian slaves had perished in winter, but this is likely folk etymology.