Definition of Dacha

1. Noun. Russian country house.

Generic synonyms: Country House



Definition of Dacha

1. Noun. a Russian villa, or summer house, in the countryside ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Dacha

1. a Russian cottage [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dacha

dabchicks
dabigatran
daboia
daboias
dabs
dabster
dabsters
dacarbazine
daccha
dace
dacelike
dacemazine
dacent
daces
dacetuzumab
dacha (current term)
dachas
dachshund
dachshunds
dachsie
dacite
dacites
dacitic
dack
dacked
dacker
dackered
dackering
dackers
dacking

Literary usage of Dacha

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1. The New Africa: A Journey Up the Chobe and Down the Okovanga Rivers; a by Aurel Schulz, August Hammar (1897)
"... overtake us with message—Boy nearly kills himself with ' dacha' smoke—The effects of 'dacha' ..."

2. The Treasury of Botany: A Popular Dictionary of the Vegetable Kingdom; with by John Lindley (1866)
"... the purple Laburnum, is a hybrid dacha. A Hottentot name for Canna- t им ween the two preceding. ..."

3. The Mineral Industry by Richard Pennefather Rothwell (1922)
"... -dacha in region of serpentines. ... -dacha, in eastern zone of the basic rocks. ... -dacha. Pyroxenite deposits: Wicklow, in some streams. ..."

4. The Cold War in Asia edited by James G. Hershberg (1996)
"For the same reason, they declined Mao's invitation to ride with him to his assigned dacha.... Mao was clearly upset by the cool reception. ..."

5. The Journal of Negro History by Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, inc (1922)
"King dacha scowled. Then he leapt to his feet, summoned his 600 guards, ... But King dacha was so furiously enraged, he could neither stay in his kraal nor ..."

6. The slang dictionary: Etymological, Historical, and Anecdotal by John Camden Hotten (1874)
"dacha is perhaps from the Crai; etica, ten, which, in the Constantinopolitan Lingua Franca, is likely enough to have been substituted for the Italian. ..."

7. The Native Races of South Africa: A History of the Intrusion of the by George William Stow (1905)
"This process continued for a little time, when the fumes of the dacha produced a ... The plant used for smoking was a species of wild hemp, called dacha, ..."

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