Other definitions for Santal (2 of 2)
a member of a tribal people who live mainly in the state of Bihar in northeastern India.
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How to use santal in a sentence
By a "phonetic" error, santal is often printed "sandal," and "sandel."The Art of Perfumery | G. W. Septimus Piesse
I have aimed at making these santal Folk-tales, in their English dress, true to the forests and hills of their nativity.Santal Folk Tales | A. Campbell
The claims made for Gonosan might with equal force be made for oil of santal alone.
The santal women learnt the craft first from Marang Burn by playing a trick on him when he meant to teach their husbands.Folklore of the Santal Parganas | Cecil Henry Bompas
The santal writer in spite of his education is a firm believer in witchcraft, and details his own experiences.Folklore of the Santal Parganas | Cecil Henry Bompas