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Mleccha

[ mlech-uh, muh-lech-uh ]
/ ˈmlɛtʃ ə, məˈlɛtʃ ə /
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noun Hinduism.
a non-Indian barbarian; a foreigner in ancient India.
a class of untouchables comprising such persons.
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Origin of Mleccha

From Sanskrit

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