Definition of Dobhash

1. an interpreter [n -ES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dobhash

doatings
doats
dob in
dobbed
dobber
dobbers
dobbie
dobbies
dobbin
dobbing
dobbins
dobby
dobchick
dobchicks
dobhash (current term)
dobhashes
dobie
dobies
dobla
doblas
doblon
doblones
doblons
dobra
dobras
dobro
dobros
dobs
dobson

Literary usage of Dobhash

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1. A Hand-book; Or, Concise Dictionary of Terms Used in the Arts and Sciences. by Walter Hamilton, M.R.A.S. Walter Hamilton (1825)
"DOAB(Persian, two Waters.) In East Indian Geography, any tract of country included be— tween two rivers. dobhash. In the East Indies^- a ..."

2. The National Standard Encyclopedia: A Dictionary of Literature, the Sciences (1888)
"An auxiliary dobhash, 'hash. In the E. Indies, an interpreter ; one who speaks two languages. ..."

3. Census of India, 1901 by India Census Commissioner, Sir Herbert Hope Risley (1902)
"The Captain asked for a dobhash, that being the term used in Madras for an interpreter. The simple villagers did not comprehend what the English commander ..."

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