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Ga·ru·da

 (gə-ro͞o′də)
n. Hinduism
The birdlike immortal being that serves as a mount for Vishnu.

[Sanskrit Garuḍaḥ.]
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garuda

(ɡəˈruːdə)
n
1. Hindu myth a deity, half-bird, half-man, that serves as Vishnu's steed
2. the eagle in the coat of arms of Indonesia
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Noun1.garuda - a supernatural eagle-like being that serves as Vishnu's mountGaruda - a supernatural eagle-like being that serves as Vishnu's mount
Hindu deity - a deity worshipped by the Hindus
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