Definition of Ketas

1. keta [n] - See also: keta



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ketas

kestral
kestrel
kestrels
kests
ket
keta
ketaguri
ketal
ketal pyruvate transferase
ketals
ketamination
ketamine
ketamine hydrochloride
ketamines
ketanserin
ketas (current term)
ketazine
ketazines
ketazocine
ketazolam
ketch
ketched
ketches
ketching
ketchup
ketchup bottle
ketchupless
ketchuplike
ketchuppy
ketchups

Literary usage of Ketas

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Report for the Year 1872-73 by Alexander Cunningham (1875)
"But the difference is only in the bearing, and I think there can be no doubt that ketas is the place that was visited by the pilgrim. ..."

2. On Yuan Chwang's Travels in India, 629-645 A.D. by Thomas Watters (1904)
"The people had afterwards furnished these tanks with facings for their banks made of curiously carved stone. Supposing ketas to be the modern representative ..."

3. Publications by Oriental Translation Fund (1904)
"The people had afterwards furnished these tanks with facings for their banks made of curiously carved stone. Supposing ketas to be the modern representative ..."

4. Reports by Archaeological Survey of India (1875)
"But the difference is only in the bearing, and I think there can be no doubt that ketas is the place that was visited by the pilgrim. ..."

5. Report by Archaeological Survey of India, Alexander Cunningham (1875)
"But the difference is only in the bearing, and I think there can be no doubt that ketas is the place that was visited by the pilgrim. ..."

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