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Prakrit

Pra´krit
n.1.Any one of the popular dialects descended from, or akin to, Sanskrit; - in distinction from the Sanskrit, which was used as a literary and learned language when no longer spoken by the people. Pali is one of the Prakrit dialects.
Noun1.Prakrit - any of the modern Indic languages
2.Prakrit - any of the vernacular Indic languages of north and central India (as distinguished from Sanskrit) recorded from the 3rd century BC to the 4th century AD
Indic, Indo-Aryan
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