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In the Finnish language the word "Kumara" means "bowed" or "bent". But this, of course, has nothing to do with the etymology of the name.
Varjotar  5/19/2008
The title "Rajkumar" was often given to princes in many parts of India.
Mautam  6/30/2011
Kumara in Maori (native language of New Zealand) means sweet potato. In New Zealand English, kumara is used instead of sweet potato in everyday language.
deeque  6/10/2012

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