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Gond

 (gŏnd)
n.
A member of a Dravidian people inhabiting central India.

Gond

(ɡɒnd)
n
(Peoples) a member of a formerly tribal people now living in scattered enclaves throughout S central India

Gond

(gɒnd)

n.
a member of any of a group of aboriginal peoples of the E Deccan in central India.
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Noun1.Gond - a member of a formerly tribal people in south central India
Dravidian - a member of one of the aboriginal races of India (pushed south by Caucasians and now mixed with them)
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Summary: Gonds and other Adivasis have organised meetings expressing their anger over Lambadas cornering most of the benefits of the reservations in education and jobs
beaucoup moins que] D'ailleurs, s'il n'y avait pas Nidaa Tounes, plusieurs professionnels des medias seraient presentement au chomage [beaucoup plus grand que], a-t-il balance, sur un ton suffisant qui a fait sortir de ses gonds Belkadhi.
L'ouverture d'une cafeteria apres celle d'une station de lavage de vehicules devant l'entree du cimetiere de M'douha a fait sortir de leurs gonds les comites de quartier et le mouvement associatif de la ville de Tizi Ouzou.
Dernierement, sa fibre politique l'a fait sortir de ses gonds pour se presenter aux elections communales du 4 septembre dans sa ville natale.
The Gonds, for instance, had ruled a vast territory in Central India and their kings commanded the respect due to sovereigns but today they are exploited by contractors, policemen, forest officers and politicians.
In the richly-forested hills of the Bastar region insouth Chhattisgarh, the Gonds have been significantly known for their culture and social mores.
Il suffit d'ailleurs de prononcer le nom de Gamal Abdel Nasser pour les faire sortir de leurs gonds, pour qu'ils attrapent une syncope.
The brightest Gonds are chosen to be their companions--and summarily vanish.
On a distant planet, a peace-loving race called the Gonds sacrifice their most intelligent and capable minds to the all-powerful Krotons.
The three- year- old Bastar Band brings together the music traditions of nearly all the tribes inhabiting the region -- Gonds, Marias, Halba, Bhatra and Abujhmarias to name a few.
The Ho, the Oraon, the Kols, the Santhals, the Mundas, and the Gonds have all rebelled several times, against the British, against zamindars and moneylenders.