- (in India) a waiter.
Also khid·mut·gar, khit·mat·gar, khit·mut·gar [kit-muh t-gahr] /ˈkɪt mətˌgɑr/.
Origin of khidmatgar
1755–65; < Urdu < Persian, equivalent to khidmat service (< Arabic khidmah) + -gār agent suffix
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Examples from the Web for khitmutgar
And then I called Said the khitmutgar, and together we talked of what this thing might be.
"I have sought for him, hazur, but found him not," said the khitmutgar.
She fled to Merryon in horror, and he and the khitmutgar slew the creature.
The khitmutgar had gone to his own quarters for the night, and they were quite alone.
This note he delivered to the khitmutgar, with orders to return to him with a reply.The Tidal Wave and Other Stories
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