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subadar

or su·bah·dar

[ soo-buh-dahr ]
/ ˌsu bəˈdɑr /
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noun (formerly, in India)
a provincial governor of the Mogul empire.
the chief native officer of a company of native troops in the British Indian Service.
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Origin of subadar

1665–75; <Urdu <Persian, equivalent to ṣūba province + dār holding, holder
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British Dictionary definitions for subadar

subadar

subahdar

/ (ˈsuːbəˌdɑː) /

noun
(formerly) the chief native officer of a company of Indian soldiers in the British serviceAlso called: subah

Word Origin for subadar

C17: via Urdu from Persian, from sūba province + -dār holding
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