Definition of Cosses
1. coss [n] - See also: coss
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cosses
Literary usage of Cosses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Transactions of the Bombay Geographical Society by Bombay Geographical Society (1840)
"Hence four cosses through alternate jangal and cultivation to a small fordable rivulet, which I understood was never without water, and in this direction is ..."
2. A Journey from Madras Through the Countries of Mysore, Canara, and Malabar by Francis Hamilton, East India Company (1870)
"will daily travel three cosses, and carry forty Seers of grain, weighing about eighty-five pounds. His keep is next to nothing. 9th October. ..."
3. The Journal of John Jourdain, 1608-1617, Describing His Experiences in by John Jourdain, William Revett, Alexander Sharpeigh, William Finch, Jan Pieterszoon Coen, Basil Harrington Soulsby (1905)
"... ten cosses; a very greate and stronge towne, with a castell. This towne is of greate trade for pintados of all sorts and many pretty ..."
4. History of Mandu: The Ancient Capital of Malwa (1879)
"December 1st, ten cosses to ... the 4th eleven cosses to ... the 6th travelled eight cosses, and lay in a wood not far from the king's famous castle of ..."
5. A General Collection of Voyages and Travels from the Discovery of America to by William Fordyce Mavor (1810)
"Formerly the whole country was cultivated ; but now three cosses toward the west, and two cosses toward the ..."