Origin of India1
Examples from the Web for bharat
In consequence of Bharat's curse she is instantly metamorphosed into a creeper.
Indian tradition describes Bharat as having caused to be acted before the gods a play representing the Svayamvara of Lakshmi.
It was night; and, thinking him a strange sort of fish, Bharat let fly one of his arrows at him.Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official|William Sleeman
British Dictionary definitions for bharat (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for bharat (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for bharat
Old English, from Latin India, from Greek India "region of the Indus River," later used of the region beyond it, from Indos "Indus River," from Old Persian Hindu, the name for the province of Sind, from Sanskrit sindhu "river." The more common Middle English form was Ynde or Inde, From French (see Indies). India began to prevail 16c., perhaps under Spanish or Portuguese influence.