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ranga

/ˈræŋɡɘ/
noun
1.
(Austral, offensive) a person with red hair
Word Origin
from orang-utan
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  • Its frontier was only two miles from, and a few thousand feet above, ranga Duar.

    The Jungle Girl Gordon Casserly
  • It was from Violet, the first that had come from her since his arrival in ranga Duar.

    The Jungle Girl Gordon Casserly
  • The sun was low in the heavens when Dermot awoke in a bracken-carpeted glade of the forest thirty miles away from ranga Duar.

    The Elephant God Gordon Casserly
  • Christmas came; and with its coming ranga Duar woke again to life.

    The Jungle Girl Gordon Casserly
  • I intended asking you for enough to carry me back to ranga Duar.

    The Elephant God Gordon Casserly
  • Even when the day came to quit ranga Duar she was not depressed.

    The Elephant God Gordon Casserly
  • "ranga's not a bad place if you can stand the loneliness," continued the Major.

    The Jungle Girl Gordon Casserly
  • His first excursion into the jungle was arranged at dinner at the Dermots' house on his second evening in ranga Duar.

    The Jungle Girl Gordon Casserly
  • "They've got a still more wonderful story about that fellow in ranga Duar," remarked a planter named Lulworth.

    The Elephant God Gordon Casserly
  • For he could not wait for the planters to gather, and summoning his men from ranga Duar was out of the question.

    The Elephant God Gordon Casserly

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