Bhadon

noun Bha·don \ˈbä-ˌdōn\

Definition of Bhadon

plural

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  1. :  a month of the Hindu year

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Origin and Etymology of bhadon

Hindi bhādõ, from Sanskrit bhādrapada, from Bhadrapadā, either of two lunar asterisms, from feminine of bhadrapada having fortunate steps or feet, from bhadra fortunate + pada step, foot; akin to Sanskrit pad foot — more at better, foot


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