|ADHANS||-||adhans n. plural of adhan.|
|AKEDAH||-||Akedah p.n. (Christianity) The Binding of Isaac.|
|BAHADA||-||bahada n. Alternative form of bajada.|
|CHADAR||-||chadar n. Alternative spelling of chador.|
|DACHAS||-||dachas n. plural of dacha.|
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|DAHLIA||-||dahlia n. Any plant of the genus Dahlia, tuberous perennial flowering plants native to Mexico.|
Dahlia p.n. A female given name.
|DARGAH||-||dargah n. (Islam) A shrine associated with the grave of a Muslim saint or similar religious figure.|
|DATCHA||-||datcha n. Alternative spelling of dacha.|
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|DHAMMA||-||dhamma n. (Buddhism) The teachings of Buddha.|
|DHARMA||-||dharma n. (Hinduism, Buddhism) the principle that orders the universe; one's conduct in conformity with such a principle.|
dharma n. (Hinduism) one's obligation in respect to one's position in society.
dharma n. (Buddhism) the teachings of the Buddha as one's personal path to enlightenment.
|DHARNA||-||dharna n. In India, a nonviolent sit-in protest that may include a fast undertaken at the door of an offender, especially.|
|HAMADA||-||hamada n. A high, desert landscape from which most of the sand has been removed by wind erosion.|
Hamada p.n. A surname.
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|HAZARD||-||hazard n. (historical) A type of game played with dice. [from 14th c.].|
hazard n. Chance. [from 16th c.].
hazard n. The chance of suffering harm; danger, peril, risk of loss. [from 16th c.].
|KHANDA||-||khanda n. (India) A double-edged sword from India, used ceremonially in Sikhism.|
khanda n. (India) A religious symbol of Sikhism, having the shape of three swords: a khanda, a chakram and two kirpans.
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|SRADHA||-||sradha n. Alternative form of shraddha.|