Definition of Kalams

1. kalam [n] - See also: kalam



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kalams

kala azar
kala juggah
kalaemia
kalafungin
kalakand
kalakukko
kalam
kalamata
kalamata olive
kalamata olives
kalamatas
kalamdan
kalamdans
kalamkari
kalamkaris
kalams (current term)
kalan
kalanchoe
kalanchoes
kalans
kalansuwa
kalantas
kalarippayattu
kalasie
kalbi
kalborsite
kale
kalecilik
kaleege

Literary usage of Kalams

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1. Memorandum on the Progress of the Madras Presidency During the Last Forty by Seshayangar Srinivasa Raghavaiyangar (1893)
"... are now fixed in the possession of the temple in exchange of the owners with the calculated 8 paddy produce of 8943 kalams, 2 tunis, 1 kuruni, ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1873)
"These pens are called kalams, and are made with ordinary reeds (arundo donax), ... When the kalams have been sharpened on an incline, which varies according ..."

3. Some South Indian Villages by Gilbert Slater (1918)
"Harvest season, first crop In the course of the year Second crop, harvest Gleaning kalams. 4 2 4 16 io 40 The master has also to pay his servant for certain ..."

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