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Uncultured; wild.‘they are jungli, not educated people’‘the East India Company decided that it could not allow its employees to go jungli, native’primitive, uncivilized, uncultured, uncultivated, uneducated, ignorantView synonyms
From jungle + the suffix -i (as in Hindi); compare with Hindi janglī.
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