mudar

noun mu·dar
variants: or less commonly muddar or madar \məˈdär, -dȧ(r\

Definition of mudar

plural -s
:either of two East Indian shrubs (Calotropis gigantea and C. procera) whose fine bast fiber resembles flax in strength but is too short to be of great commercial value

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Origin and Etymology of mudar

Hindi madār


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