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Monier-Williams: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary (p. 262)
kaliGga, ās m. pl.N. of a people and their country (the N. is applied in the Purāṇas to several places, but especially signifies a district on the Coromandel coast, extending from below Cuttack [Kaṭaka] to the vicinity of Madras) MBh. Hariv. VP. &c.; m. an inhabitant of Kaliṅga Sāh.; N. of a king of Kaliṅga (from whom the Kaliṅga people are said to have originated; he is sometimes mentioned as a son of Dīrghatamas and Sudeshṇā, sometimes identified with Bali) MBh. Hariv. &c.; N. of a being attending on Skanda MBh. (ed. Bomb.) ix, 45, 64 (v. l. kalinda ed. Calc.); N. of several authors; the fork-tailed shrike L.; Caesalpina Bonducella L.; Wrightia antidysenteria L.; Acacia Sirissa L.; Ficus infectoria L.; (ā) f. a beautiful woman L.; Opomea Turpethum; (am) n. the seed of Wrightia antidysenteria Suśr.; (mfn.) clever, cunning L.