Origin of bindiHindi
- An ornamental dot traditionally worn by Hindu women in the middle of the forehead or between the eyebrows, made of colored sandalwood paste, kohl, or other pigment and having varying religious and social significance, as in indicating marital status.
- A small body adornment, often a colored or jeweled sticker, worn on various parts of the face and body.
Origin of bindiHindi bindī from Middle Indic bi&mlowdot;du drop, spot from Sanskrit binduh perhaps akin to induh drop
- Bindi is following in her father's footsteps as the host of Bindi the Jungle Girl, a wildlife documentary presented by the Discovery Kids Network.
- Some products that they sell include body tattoos and bindi dots, which often complete the makeup look in India.
- Steve left behind two children, Bindi Sue and Robert Clarence Irwin.
- Bindi, Monumenti degli Abruzzi (Naples, 1889), 1 sqq.
- Bindi, Monumenti storici ed artistici degli Abruzzi (Naples, 1 889), pp. 77 1 seq.