Definition of Killut

1. an Indian robe of honour [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Killut

killings
killjoy
killjoys
killock
killocks
killogie
killogies
killographic
killow
killows
kills
kills time
kills two birds with one stone
killswitch
killswitches
killut (current term)
killuts
kiln
kilned
kilning
kilnlike
kilns
kilo
kilo-
kilo-amp
kilo-joule
kilo-ohm
kilo-ohms
kilo-volt
kilo-volts

Literary usage of Killut

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1. The Presidential Armies of India by Edward Stirling Rivett Carnac (1890)
"He then presented me with a valuable "killut," worth some 6000 Rs. with a bag of ... The " killut," according to the rule of the service, was placed at the ..."

2. Jungle Life in India: Or, The Journeys and Journals of an Indian Geologist by Valentine Ball (1880)
"... during the mutiny, he again did good service, for which he received a killut, or robe of honour, and a rent-free grant in perpetuity of ..."

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