Definition of Kiangs

1. Noun. (plural of kiang) ¹



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Definition of Kiangs

1. kiang [n] - See also: kiang

Kiangs Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kiangs

khutbahs
khutbeh
khutbehs
khyber
khybers
ki-67 antigen
ki-yi
ki-yis
kia ora
kia quen
kiaat
kiabooca
kiabooca wood
kiack
kiang
kiangs (current term)
kiasi
kiasu
kiaugh
kiaughs
kibbe
kibbeh
kibbehs
kibbes
kibbi
kibbis
kibbitz
kibbitzed
kibbitzer
kibbitzers

Literary usage of Kiangs

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1. Travels in the Himalayan Provinces of Hindustan and the Panjab; in Ladakh by William Moorcroft, George Trebeck (1841)
"... Description of Piti —Village — Population —• Village Councils — Revenue — Trade — Harvest Festivities — Return—Storm at the Parang Pass—kiangs. MR. ..."

2. In and Beyond the Himálayas: A Record of Sport and Travel in the Abode of Snow by Samuel James Stone (1896)
"... again—A long shot—Bag one —Return to camp—After nyan again—Nonplussed by idiotic kiangs— The hunting ground—An excursion suggested—Big heads are getting ..."

3. Narrative of the Earl of Elgin's Mission to China and Japan in the Years by Laurence Oliphant (1859)
"munications of his Excellency had been addressed, did not condescend to respond, but instructed the authorities of the Two kiangs to make a communication to ..."

4. My Life in China and America by Wing Yung, Joseph Hopkins Twichell (1909)
"Before taking up his position as viceroy of the kiangs permanently, he took a tour of inspection through his jurisdiction and one of the important places he ..."

5. Lhasa: An Account of the Country and People of Central Tibet and of the by Perceval Landon (1905)
"I rode slowly towards a herd and the moment the animals, became in the least alarmed, I galloped towards them as fast as possible ; but the kiangs ..."

6. The Manchus, Or The Reigning Dynasty of China: Their Rise and Progress by John Ross (1891)
"He was just in time; for a petition from the viceroy of the kiangs soon reached Peking, saying that not only was Fukien gone, ..."

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