Definition of Coromandels
1. coromandel [n] - See also: coromandel
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coromandels
Literary usage of Coromandels
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Chinese Repository by Elijah Coleman Bridgman, S. W. Williams (1834)
"... 886 Hindus; 1868 coromandels ; 14 Siamese; 1,9:21 professing Christians (principally Portuguese Romanists); 43 (.'affres ; 91 Arabs; and 13 Bengalees. ..."
2. Art Decoration Applied to Furniture by Harriet Elizabeth Prescott Spofford (1878)
"These pieces of furniture were called coromandels, and were usually passed off as entirely of foreign Glass Room, with Flowers and Fountains. production. ..."
3. A Descriptive Dictionary of British Malaya by Nicholas Belfield Dennys (1894)
"coromandels might be used, but this word is only known as a geographical expression by the Europeans. Natives of India do not use it, that I am aware of. ..."
4. The Album edited by Francis Barry Boyle St. Leger (1822)
"... Where the sun's hot enough to roast — Midst men who 'stead of shoes wear sandals — Your Malabars and coromandels— I'll think on her who smiles so ..."
5. Historisk tidsskrift by Danske historiske forening (1879)
"... fortjene her at meddeles: Velkommen hiem vort Skib; Velkommen hiem til Lande fra coromandels Kust, ..."