Definition of Chattis
1. chatti [n] - See also: chatti
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chattis
Literary usage of Chattis
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Highlands of Central India: Notes on Their Forests and Wild Tribes by James Forsyth (1920)
"Far below to the south, lying like a chessboard, is the open cultivated plain of chattis'garh, stretching out to the uttermost range of vision. ..."
2. Investigations Representing the Departments: Greek, Latin, Comparative by University of Chicago (1903)
"... 5 nomina 7 chattis 8 tracti 9 ... ï potentis В nomine TBb С с chattis Т, cattis b Tacti Т В b С, ..."
3. Life in the Mission, the Camp, and the Zenáná, Or, Six Years in India by [Helen (Douglas)] Mackenzie, Mrs Colin Mackenzie (1854)
"After waiting a day or two for a propitious hour, he entered Nagar in procession, two jars or chattis of water from the Ganges being borne before him. ..."
4. Through Town and Jungle: Fourteen Thousand Miles A-wheel Among the Temples by William Hunter Workman, Fanny Bullock Workman (1904)
"The other perpendicular wheel, to the periphery of which earthen chattis are ... is so placed that the chattis at the lower part descend into the water of ..."
5. Cases in Bankruptcy by Thomas Christopher Glyn, Robert S. Jameson (1828)
"That the separate estate of chattis Sheath was nearly exhausted; and that no further, or only a very trifling dividend would be paid thereon; ..."
6. M. Val. Martialis Epigrammata selecta =: Select epigrams from Martial by Martial, Frederick Apthorp Paley, William Henry Stone (1885)
"Africa, from won his triumph over Judaea with honours. the victory over the Chatti was all haec ' (the expedition against the chattis ..."