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- n. Variant of Marathi.
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- adj. Alternative form of Marathi.
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- n. an Indic language; the state language of Maharashtra in west central India; written in the Devanagari script
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To each of the churches of this diocese a parish school is attached, where instruction is given in Catholic doctrine, music, English, and Portugese, as well as, in some instances, Guzerati and Mahratti.
Mahratti; _Hirni_, in the Punjab; _Tiska_, also _Budari_ and
-- _Bandar_, Hindi; _Makadu_ or _Wanur_, Mahratti;
-- _Badul_, Bengali and Mahratti; _Wurbagul_, Hindi;
It is possible that he may understand enough Mahratti to make out what we want, and will show us the way up.
I have been exceptionally fortunate, owing to the fact that I speak Mahratti as well as English.
He spoke to Harry, but his language differed widely from either Mahratti or that spoken by the people of Bengal.
I have frequently heard my brother speak of your services, and your perfect knowledge of Mahratti, and your acquaintance with its people will be of great value to me.
"You speak Hindustani as well as Mahratti, do you not?"
He will be very useful to us, if we go up to Poona again -- of which there is always a possibility -- for he speaks Mahratti like a native, having lived among the people since he was an infant.
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