Definition of Amadavats

1. Noun. (plural of amadavat) ¹



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Definition of Amadavats

1. amadavat [n] - See also: amadavat

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Amadavats

alyssum
alyssums
alzheimer disease
alæ
am I right or am I right
amabile
amabilis fir
amability
amacratic
amacrine
amacrine cell
amacrines
amadan
amadans
amadavat
amadavats (current term)
amadawn
amadawns
amadou
amadous
amaduvad
amaduvads
amagnetic
amah
amahs
amain
amaine
amakhosi
amakinite
amakosi

Literary usage of Amadavats

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1. The Standard Library of Natural History: Embracing Living Animals of the by Charles John Cornish (1908)
"The group includes many familiar as cage-birds, such as the LONG-TAILED WIDOW-BIRDS, the RED- BEAKED WAXBILLS, amadavats, JAVA SPARROW, GRASS-FINCHES, ..."

2. Things Indian: Being Discursive Notes on Various Subjects Connected with India by William Crooke (1906)
"Mrs Fanny Parkes quotes a native proverb which says that " Cocks fight for fighting's sake, quails for food, and lals, or amadavats, for love. ..."

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