Definition of Bajree

1. bajra [n -S] - See also: bajra



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bajree

baizas
baize
baized
baizes
baizing
bajada
bajadas
bajan
bajans
bajillion
bajillions
bajocco
bajoccos
bajra
bajras
bajree (current term)
bajrees
bajri
bajris
baju
bajus
bakable
bakaw
bakchoi
bake
bake-off
bake-offs
bake sale
bake sales
bake up

Literary usage of Bajree

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

1. Shikar Sketches: With Notes on Indian Field-sports by James Moray Brown (1887)
"... in the bajree—' Muzzle' Comes to the Rescue—Death of the Panther—A Plucky Youngster— The Colonel and the Cubs—Quotations from Major Shakespear —Advice. ..."

2. Report of the Annual Meeting (1838)
"Value of Wages in Kind, converted into Money.—The grain in five sheaves, in ordinary seasons, amounts to about two seers. At the price of bajree*, ..."

3. Transactions by Epidemiological Society of London (1892)
"All the grain-foods in India have been analysed—wheat, bajree, raji, ... Feeding people on bajree who have been accustomed to eat rice, or the reverse, ..."

4. Transactions of the Bombay Geographical Society by Bombay Geographical Society (1846)
"And the produce, say of bajree, which is the staple of the country, ... or 300 mutis of bajree, which, at the average rate at such seasons of twelve ..."

5. Transactions of the Epidemiological Society of London by Epidemiological Society of London (1892)
"All the grain-foods in India have been analysed—wheat, bajree, raji, ... Feeding people on bajree who have been accustomed to eat rice, or the reverse, ..."

6. The Oriental Sporting Magazine: From June 1828 to June 1833. (1873)
"Many were seen, but the bajree, after a sharp brush, in general saved thein. ... Proceeded at once to the bajree, which was to be found here and there in ..."

7. The Griffin's Aide-de-camp by Blunt Spurs (1860)
"... are not sogood for boiling; they are better in their natural state, and ground gram also, unless particularly hard, or the horse sick. bajree and ..."

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