jhatka

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Etymology[edit]

From Hindi झटका ‎(jhaṭkā, sudden movement, jerk), Punjabi ਝਟਕਾ ‎(jhaṭkā).

Adjective[edit]

jhatka ‎(not comparable)

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  1. (Sikhism, Hinduism) Describing meat from an animal that was killed by decapitation with one blow of a sword or axe.

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