Definition of Kachahris

1. kachahri [n] - See also: kachahri



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kachahris

kabook
kaboom
kabooms
kabouter
kabs
kabuki
kabukis
kabure
kabure itch
kabyle
kaccha
kacchas
kacemic acid
kacha
kachahri
kachahris (current term)
kachcha
kacheri
kacheris
kachi-koshi
kachina
kachinas
kack-handed
kadaitcha
kadder
kadders
kaddish
kaddishes
kaddishim
kade

Literary usage of Kachahris

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1. The Aryan Village in India and Ceylon by John Budd Phear (1880)
"The kachahris of every five or six ... kachahris. The collections effected by the officers of the village ..."

2. Haidar Alí and Tipú Sultán and the Struggle with the Musalmán Powers of the by Lewin Bentham Bowring (1893)
"Of these the first, called ' Sawar Askar,' comprised three kachahris or divisions, consisting each of six ..."

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