brinjarry

noun brin·jar·ry \ brinˈjärē \

Definition of brinjarry

plural -es
:a traveling dealer in grain and salt in India

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Origin and Etymology of brinjarry

modification of Hindi bãjārā, from Sanskrit vaṇijyā trade (from vaṇij merchant) + -kāraka one who does; akin to Sanskrit karoti he does


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