a native or inhabitant of Bihar.
the Indic language of Bihar.
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How to use Bihari in a sentence
If the cards turn up wrong, do not blame your poor old Madame Bihari.
Having left the gypsy child with friends in Chicago, she and Madame Bihari had gone on a true gypsy tour of the air.
Only after much flying and four landings was she able to find her way back to the spot where Madame Bihari patiently awaited her.
Madame Bihari, seated upon her bright rug before the tent, was shuffling her witch cards.
In the south of the Bihari tract the Oriya character belonging to the neighbouring Orissa is also found.
British Dictionary definitions for Bihari
plural Bihari or Biharis a member of an Indian people living chiefly in Bihar but also in other parts of NW India and Bangladesh
the language of this people, comprising a number of highly differentiated dialects, belonging to the Indic branch of the Indo-European family
of or relating to this people, their language, or Bihar
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