maharaja

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Etymology[edit]

From Hindi महा राजा ‎(mahārāja), from Sanskrit महाराज ‎(mahārāja), compound of महा ‎(mahā, great) and राजन् ‎(rājan, king). First used in English in 1698.

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Noun[edit]

maharaja ‎(plural maharajas)

  1. A Hindu prince ranking above a raja.

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Noun[edit]

maharaja

  1. Alternative form of maharadža

Declension[edit]

Inflection of maharaja (Kotus type 9/kala, no gradation)
nominative maharaja maharajat
genitive maharajan maharajojen
partitive maharajaa maharajoja
illative maharajaan maharajoihin
singular plural
nominative maharaja maharajat
accusative nom.? maharaja maharajat
gen. maharajan
genitive maharajan maharajojen
maharajainrare
partitive maharajaa maharajoja
inessive maharajassa maharajoissa
elative maharajasta maharajoista
illative maharajaan maharajoihin
adessive maharajalla maharajoilla
ablative maharajalta maharajoilta
allative maharajalle maharajoille
essive maharajana maharajoina
translative maharajaksi maharajoiksi
instructive maharajoin
abessive maharajatta maharajoitta
comitative maharajoineen