Anglo-Indian definition

  • adjective:
    • Of, associated with, or between The united kingdomt and Asia.
    • of, associated with, or between England, or Britain, and Asia
    • associated with Brit Asia and/or English in India, or even to the English and East Indian peoples or languages.
    • regarding British Asia or perhaps the English in Asia
  • noun:
    • one of English and Indian descent.
    • an individual of English delivery or ancestry surviving in Asia.
    • the range of English used in Asia.
    • one from the Anglo-Indian neighborhood (a distinct neighborhood beginning in Asia with ancestry from several European and Indian cultural teams)
    • an individual of English or British citizenship or ancestry located in Asia (historical)
    • a person of English citizenship created or residing India.
    • the Anglo-Indian competition created or citizen into the East Indies.
    • one of many English race born or resident in East Indies.
    • someone of English citizenship born or living in India
  • others:
    • associated with both England and India; combining English and Indian attributes: since, Anglo-Indian trade; Anglo-Indian words.
    • associated with or related to those parts of India which participate in britain or tend to be under British security: because, the Anglo-Indian kingdom.
    • Relating or regarding the Anglo-Indians: because, Anglo-Indian housekeeping.

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