Definition of Cholas
1. chola [n] - See also: chola
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cholas
Literary usage of Cholas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Comparative Grammar of the Dravidian Or South-Indian Family of Languages by Robert Caldwell (1875)
"By whatever local or dynastic names they may have called themselves, they all—whether Cheras, cholas, or Pandyas— continued to be called ..."
2. Catalogue of the Library of the Theel: Seminary in Andover, Massby Oliver Alden Taylor, Andover theological seminary by Oliver Alden Taylor, Andover theological seminary (1838)
"XXI. p. 517.) «. De Corpore et Sanguine Christi. (Biblioth.Vet.Patr.XXIII.p 634.) 41 40 ff ¡cholas, a converted Jew, of the, \3th cent. NIcholas Cabasilas. ..."
3. The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature (1822)
"... cholas, Bristol. By J. Kilen, 11. D , late of St. Alban Hall, Oxford. With Note» on Parochial Psalmody. 4 to. 3*. ..."
4. The History of India: From the Earliest Period to the Close of Lord by John Clark Marshman (1867)
"... been those of the Pandyas and the cholas, established in the extreme south, where the Tamul language prevailed. Of the former, the seat of government, ..."