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Borrowed from Persian دو ﺁب(do-âb) and Hindi दोआब (doāb), properly meaning "two waters".

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doab (plural doabs)

  1. (India) A tongue or tract of land included between two rivers, especially that between the Ganga and the Yamuna
    the doab between the Ganga and the Yamuna
    • 2010, John Keay, India: A History :
      Known as the northern black polished (NBP), it first appears after 500 BC, rapidly supersedes the earlier styles (PGW, BRW) in Bihar and UP, an eventually extends across the Doab and deep into Panjab, east to Bengal and south to Maharashtra.

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doab (nominative plural doabs)

  1. dollar

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