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Gond

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

(ɡɒnd)
n
(Peoples) a member of a formerly tribal people now living in scattered enclaves throughout S central India
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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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Tell her, fair cousin, that 'tis no longer the fashion, and that the hinge (gond) and the laurel (laurier) embroidered on her robe give her the air of a walking mantlepiece.
India, July 29 -- On July 17, ten Gond adivasis including three women were killed and many injured when armed men led by the head of Umbha village of Ghorawal in Sonbhadra district of eastern Uttar Pradesh fired the Gonds, in a bid to take possession of a disputed land.
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
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.
The years 1966-1969 were played by actor Patrick Troughton, and story #47, THE KROTONS (0780694899) tells of the planet of Gonds, where the Doctor, Jamie and Zoe discover a world enslaved by the Krotons.
On a distant planet, a peace-loving race called the Gonds sacrifice their most intelligent and capable minds to the all-powerful Krotons.
If they didn't, they wouldn't exist.) 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.
You'll find the Gonds who give the region its name all around, singing, dancing, praying.
These concern his early years; the change wrought by his meeting with Jack Winslow and his joining the Christa Seva Sangha in India; his decision to leave the ashram four years later; his association with Mahatma Gandhi; and early in 1932, his move into the tribal world of the Gonds, and much later, to Assam.
The case studies presented are on the Wadis of Bombay, the Gonds, Kols, Gujjars of Himachal Pradesh, the Mundas, Oraons and Santals of Central India.