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„Kamarupa“ - proper noun, singular

The word Kamarupa is the 68.112th most common word in the English language and appears 426 times within word book. Kāmarūpa or Kāmarūpa Kingdom, was one of the first historical kingdoms of Assam, alongside Davaka, existing from 350 to 1140 CE. Ruled by three dynasties from their capitals in present-day Guwahati, North Guwahati and Tezpur, it at its height covered the entire Brahmaputra Valley, North Bengal, Bhutan and parts of Bangladesh, and at times portions of West Bengal and Bihar.º The part of speech is proper noun, singular. These are quotations of the term in full text: "... his empire farther to Kamarupa ..."¹ "He managed to make Kamarupa and Trihut pay tribute ..."² "The Indo-Aryan language in Kamarupa had differentiated by the ..."³ Backwards its written apuramaK. Shailkupa, Tiphupa und Stupa rhymes on it. The MD5 sum is 36b73fd64d11c363616ecf164e75019d and the SHA1 sum is a281eca3bdf4564e5ade44ec836ec40be4d1953d. The vanity number 52627872 corresponds this word.

word neighbours

wordbook information

word name: Kamarupa

part of speech: proper noun, singular

typical left word neighbours: erstwhile ruled ancient called of the at

typical right word neighbours: Anusandhan Devasena inscriptions kingdom Odisha kings dialect

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The following notions have an identical prefix:

The following concepts possess an equal suffix:

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