puri

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noun pu·ri \ ˈpu̇r-ē \
Updated on: 11 Sep 2017

Definition of puri

plural puri or puris
:a puffy fried wheat cake of India

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Origin and Etymology of puri

Hindi & Urdu pūrī, from Sanskrit pūra


Puri

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geographical name Pu·ri \ ˈpu̇r-ē \

Definition of Puri

city on the Bay of Bengal in the state of Odisha, eastern India population 157,610

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