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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chikor
Literary usage of Chikor
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Large and Small Game of Bengal and the North-western Provinces of India by John Henry Baldwin (1877)
"Many sportsmen of Bengal, especially in the neighbourhood of Calcutta, persist in calling this bird ' chikor,' although I need hardly say that the kyah and ..."
2. How I Shot My Bears: Or, Two Years' Tent Life in Kullu and Lahoul by Richard Humphrey Tyacke (1893)
"ON the llth of October, we marched to Ligin, a small village eight thousand feet above sea-level, to have some chikor shooting. It stands on the steep slope ..."
3. The Valley of Kashmír by Walter Roper Lawrence (1895)
"There has been a great falling off in the number of chikor recently, ... The chikor is both hardy and prolific, and with ordinary fair play will soon be as ..."
4. Travels in Kashmir, Ladak, Iskardo, the Countries Adjoining the Mountain by Godfrey Thomas Vigne (1842)
"... royal partridge, or gigantic chikor, I have already noticed; and also the red- leg, ... and the chikor, and is also generally of the same gray ..."
5. Personal Records of the Kandahar Campaign by Waller Ashe, Captain Ashe (1881)
"The chikor very much resembles in colour and size the French red-legged partridge, with the exception that the latter appeared to be darker about the throat ..."