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sikra

[sik-ruh] /ˈsɪk rə/
noun
1.
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  • Among them was Ninia, the wife of sikra, the chief of Tugulu.

  • When the sikra is but the frustrum of a pyramid, it is often surmounted by a row of lions, as at Biolli.

    Phallic Miscellanies Hargrave Jennings
  • The sikra of those of Siva is invariably pyramidal, and its sides vary with the base, whether square or oblong.

    Phallic Miscellanies Hargrave Jennings

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