Definition of Karakas
1. karaka [n] - See also: karaka
Lexicographical Neighbors of Karakas
karakas (current term)
Literary usage of Karakas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Rad (1879)
"karakas ее ро- nudi, da ce on aam oboriti ... Dne 15 sept, udari karakas sam sa svojimi ... karakas padne a njegove oete budu ..."
2. Calendar by University of Calcutta (1908)
"How many karakas are there in Bengali and what are the 10 ... used anywhere except in karakas ? If so, under what^circumstances ? ..."
3. Descriptive Ethnology by Robert Gordon Latham (1859)
"Small as is the karakas group, it falls into no less than five sections, tribes, or families. ... Samoyed in blood, the karakas are Turk in language. ..."
4. Journal of Horticulture, Cottage Gardener and Country Gentlemen (1878)
"In or near the adjoining beach large pits were dug for earth-ovens, into which, when ready, the karakas were poured, and the earth banked-up in the usual ..."