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Definition of Khalat
1. killut [n -S] - See also: killut
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Khalat
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Literary usage of Khalat
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Universal Anthology: A Collection of the Best Literature, Ancient by Richard Garnett, Leon Vallée, Alois Brandl (1899)
"He wore a khalat [dressing- gown] of Persian stuff; a regular Oriental khalat, without the slightest whiff of Europe, — without tassels, without velvet, ..."
2. History of India Under Queen Victoria from 1836 to 1880 by Lionel James Trotter (1886)
"Meanwhile, however, Lord Salisbury's objections to a prolonged occupation of khalat had been found compatible with a new-born desire to plant a British ..."
3. Through Asia by Sven Anders Hedin (1899)
"The former wore an orange yellow gala khalat, edged with gold brocade, which I had brought him as a present from Kashgar the day before. ..."
4. The History of Mankind by Friedrich Ratzel (1898)
"So the riding nomad keeps to tighter clothes, while the settlers incline to bunched and floating robes favoured by Mussulman custom. The khalat and the high ..."
5. Russian Central Asia: Including Kuldja, Bokhara, Khiva and Merv by Henry Lansdell (1885)
"Captain Burnaby was informed, he says, that " a khalat or dressing-gown from the Khan is looked upon at Khiva much as the Order of the Garter would be in ..."