- a person born or living in Bihar
- the group of dialects of Hindi spoken in Bihar
of Bihar or its people, language, or culture
nounpl. Bihari, or Bi·ha·ris
- A native or inhabitant of Bihar.
- The Indic language of the Bihari.
- A group of Indo-Aryan languages spoken in Bihar and the surrounding states in India.
From Hindi बिहारी (Bihārī).
- While nearly fifty languages in all are spoken in the provinces, out of every 10,000 people 4527 speak Western Hindi, 3125 Eastern Hindi, 2109 Bihari and 211 Central Pahari.
- On the average in the province, before partition, out of every 1000 persons 528 spoke Bengali, 34 1 Hindi and Bihari, and 79 Oriya.
- The Bihari pontok started from the assumption that Hungary was a free and independent state.
- Peter Bihari and Maurice Kai-man have in various writings spread the ideas of Herbart.
- The most important Aryan languages are Bengali, Bihari, Eastern Hindi and Oriya.