Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|bumalo bummalo bumaloti bummaloti||a small marine Asiatic fish used in India as a relish; aka Bombay duck. [Marathi bombil]. N.B. BUMALO does not change in the plural: no BUMALOS*. BUMMALO and BUMMALOTI do take S.|
|gadi gaddi||the cushioned throne of an Indian ruler.|
|kokum||an E. Indian tree. [Marathi kokam, mangosteen].|
|mongoose mungoose||an Indian animal of the civet family, a great slayer of snakes and rats. [Marathi mangus]. Pl. of MONGOOSE can be MONGOOSES or MONGEESE, but the pl. of MUNGOOSE can only be MUNGOOSES. There is a French form MANGOUSTE.|
|surra||a trypanosome disease of the blood in horses. [Marathi sura, wheezing].|
|tutenag||an alloy of zinc, copper etc. [Marathi tuttinag].|