[jem-uh-dahr] /ˈdʒɛm əˌdɑr/

noun, (in India)
any of various government officials.
the supervisor of a staff of servants.
an officer in a sepoy regiment, corresponding in rank to a lieutenant.
a native junior officer belonging to a locally raised regiment serving as mercenaries in India, esp with the British Army (until 1947)
an officer in the Indian police


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