Definition funny of Munda:

urbanUsed for Boy or Lad in Punjabi.

urbanWhat a smart Munda. I would love to be a smart Munda

urbanPunjabi word for "boy."

urbanYou're still single? We need to find you a hot munda!

urbanDumb,knucklehead,idiotic as in very stupid in hindsight

urbanShes a real munda for not participating in that winning lottery pool!!!


Songs about Munda:

songsAmma Dekh Tera Munda (From "Stunttman") (Instrumental Version) by Nadeem Shravan & Ashok Kumar Ishwari Prasad from the Album Band Baaja Hit Baraat (Wedding Song Collection)

songsAl Munda Dios Amo (LP Version) by Jaci Velasquez from the Album Jaci Velasquez

songsKala Kala Munda by Labh Jhanjua from the Album From The Mind

songsKinna Sohna Munda by Bikram Singh feat. Tigerstyle from the Album Kinna Sohna Munda

songsAmma Dekh Tera Munda (From "Stunttman") by Nadeem Shravan & Alka Yagnik Bali Brahmbhatt from the Album 90's Dance (Bollywood Style)

songsEa Jo Munda Punjabi by S . Runjhun from the Album Night Birds(Punjabi Album)

songsEk Munda by Lata Mangeshkar & Rajesh Roshan from the Album Karan Arjun (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)


Books about Munda:

booksMunda Trail: The New Georgia Campaign by Eric Hammel (Jul 6, 2009)

booksThe Munda Languages (Routledge Language Family Series) by Norman H. Zide and Gregory D. S. Anderson (Apr 7, 2008)

booksMunda Biddi Roller Coaster by GJ Coop (Aug 19, 2014)

booksMunda Trail - The New Georgia Campaign - Turning The Tide Against Japan In The South Pacific by Eric Hammel (1989)

booksChotti Munda and His Arrow by Mahasweta Devi and Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak (Feb 7, 2003)

booksThe Mundas Of Dundas by David McCalman Turpie (Oct 3, 2009)

booksMunda: Webster's Timeline History, 45 BC - 2007 by Icon Group International (Mar 10, 2010)


Movies about Munda:

moviesPunjabi Munda - Diljit [Dvd ] Hits of Diljit - Color -


Wiki information Munda:

Munda languages
Language Family

The Munda languages are a language family spoken by about nine million people in central and eastern India and Bangladesh. They constitute a branch of the Austroasiatic language family, which means they are distantly related to Khmer and, to a lesser...


The Munda are a tribal group of people of the Chota Nagpur Plateau region. They are found across much of Jharkhand state as well as adjacent parts of Assam, Odisha, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Bihar and into parts of Bangladesh. Their language is...