Thakur

Thakur

[tah-koor]
noun
chief or master (used as a term of respectful address among the Kshatriya caste in India).

Origin:
1790–1800; < Hindi ṭhākur master, chief < Prakrit ṭhākkura village headman < Sanskrit: a title

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