Definition of Amildar

1. an Indian manager [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Amildar

amidship
amidships
amidst
amie
amies
amifampridine
amifostine
amiga
amigas
amigo
amigos
amigurumi
amikacin
amikacin sulfate
amikacins
amildar (current term)
amildars
amillennialism
amillennialist
amillennialists
amiloride
amiloride hydrochloride
amimia
amimias
amimic
amin
aminacrine
aminacrine hydrochloride
aminadab
aminadabs

Literary usage of Amildar

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Tales of the Sun: Or, Folklore of Southern Indian (1890)
"The priest elated replied : " I have always had a desire to become the amildar^ of a district and to exercise power over a number of people; ..."

2. The Life of Sir Thomas Munro, Late Governor of Madras: With Extracts from by George Robert Gleig (1830)
"I directed the amildar of Soo- pah to hire two hundred bullocks, and to advance whatever money was wanted ; and, if his own funds were not sufficient, ..."

3. Mysore: A Gazetteer Compiled for Government by Benjamin Lewis Rice (1897)
"Unless in cases of open violence, however, the amildar was not authorized to interfere except at the instance of a complaint. ..."

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