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In India: a noblewoman who is the daughter of a king or ruler; a princess.
Early 20th century. From modern Sanskrit rājakumārī (also with vernacular pronunciation rājkumārī) king's daughter, princess from classical Sanskrit, combining form of rājan king + kumārī female child, after rājakumārikā princess (with diminutive suffix).
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