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Definition of Jambul

Jambul
Jambool Jam"bool, Jambul Jam"bul, n. [Hind. jamb[=u], jamb[=u]l, prop., the rose-apple tree or its fruit, fr. Skr. jambu, jamb[=u].] The Java plum; also, a drug obtained from its bark and seeds, used as a remedy for diabetes.

Meaning of Jambul from wikipedia

- ****ini, commonly known as Malabar plum, Java plum, black plum, jamun, jaman, jambul, or jambolan, is an evergreen tropical tree in the flowering plant family...
- Bukit Jambul is a residential neighbourhood within the Northeast Penang Island District, Penang, Malaysia. Located 9.9 km (6.2 mi) southwest of the centre...
- bib****ier and wollmispel elsewhere. In South Asia and Southeast Asia, Jambul, a fruit from tropical tree in family Myrtaceae, is similarly sometimes...
- cutting the child's hair. This ceremony is called Cukur Jambul. The purpose of Cukur Jambul is to welcome the new baby into the clan, it also serves...
- Jambyl or Zhambyl Region (Kazakh: Жамбыл облысы, romanized: Jambyl oblysy; Russian: Жамбылская область, romanized: Zhambylskaya oblast), formerly known...
- FC Taraz (Kazakh: Taraz Fýtbol Klýby) is a Kazakhstani professional football club based at the Taraz Central Stadium in Taraz. A leading club in the early...
- Jambul "Jaba" Jighauri (Georgian: ჯამბულ "ჯაბა" ჯიღაური, romanized: jambul "jaba" jighauri, pronounced [dʒɑmbul dʒɑbɑ dʒiɣɑuɾi]; born 8 July 1992) is a...
- Донецка"". Tsulaia, Jambul (29 March 2015). "Real Talk With Russia's Fake Super Soldier". Georgian Journal. The Daily Beast. Tsulaia, Jambul (19 March 2015)...
- Universiti Sains Malaysia to the north, Sungai Nibong to the east and Bukit Jambul to the west. Sungai Dua is named after an eponymous river, Sungai Dua, which...
- southeast Asia. In some texts, his skin is poetically described as the color of Jambul (Jamun, a purple-colored fruit). Krishna is often depicted wearing a pea****-feather...