bursati

noun bur·sa·ti \bə(r)ˈsätē\
variants: less commonly

bursattee

Definition of bursati

plural

-s

  1. 1 :  East Indian cutaneous habronemiasis of the horse especially prevalent in the rainy season

  2. 2 India :  a waterproof cloak or coat

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Origin and Etymology of bursati

Hindi barsātī of the rainy season, from barsāt the rainy season, from Sanskrit varṣārātri, from varṣati it rains; akin to Greek arrhēn male — more at arrhenatherum


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