Definition of bandar–log
: a vacuous, chattering person he's evidently picked up some congenial bandar-logs — Booth Tarkington
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Origin and Etymology of bandar–log
Hindi bā̃dar monkey + log people; from the portrayal of the monkey race as chatterers and poseurs in the jungle stories of Rudyard Kipling †1936 English writer — more at log
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