Definitions

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  • proper noun Hinduism The beloved of the Hindu avatar Krishna.
  • proper noun A female given name used in India.

Etymologies

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From Sanskrit राधा.

Examples

  • The word Radha comes from the Sanskrit verbal root radh

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  • The girl is later to be identified as Radha but in the

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  • I named the villain Bhavani because I based his character on a guy called Radha with a very violent reputation in Vijayawada.

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  • I named the villain Bhavani because I based his character on a guy called Radha with a very violent reputation in Vijayawada.

    NAACHGAANA

  • I named the villain Bhavani because I based his character on a guy called Radha with a very violent reputation in Vijayawada.

    NAACHGAANA

  • I named the villain Bhavani because I based his character on a guy called Radha with a very violent reputation in Vijayawada.

    NAACHGAANA

  • I named the villain Bhavani because I based his character on a guy called Radha with a very violent reputation in Vijayawada.

    NAACHGAANA

  • The new names listed were Silambarajan (LTTE 'Radha' group leader), Gopal (LTTE mortar group leader), Mohana (LTTE 'Sodiya' group senior leader) and Keerthi (LTTE 'Jayanthan' group leader).

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  • Panda also told the court that he was ready to keep his wife, who left him after the controversy over his being 'Radha' broke out.

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  • Mr. Jayaram allegedly owed his lover, Radha Ramaswamy , $250,000, and had ongoing "business disputes" with his former partner, a pharmacist named Ahmed Mukhtar .

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