One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
(A) In North India: a member of a class of landowners and agriculturalists. (b) In India: a person of princely rank; a prince; also as a title.
Late 18th century. From Sanskrit rājakumāra king's son, prince (also with vernacular pronunciation rājkumār) from rāja-, combining form of rājan king + kumāra male child, prince.
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