Definition of Ekkas

1. Noun. (plural of ekka) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Ekkas

1. ekka [n] - See also: ekka

Ekkas Pictures

Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Ekkas Images

Lexicographical Neighbors of Ekkas

eke
eke out
ekebergite
eked
eked out
ekes
ekes out
ekiden
eking
eking out
ekiri
ekistic
ekistical
ekistics
ekka
ekkas (current term)
ekklesia
ekklesiae
eklogite
eklogites
ekmek kadayif
ekphrases
ekphrasis
ekphrastic
ekpwele
ekpweles
ekpyrosis
ekpyrotic
ekranoplan
ekranoplane

Literary usage of Ekkas

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Four Years in Tibet by Aḣmad Shāh (1906)
"Every third or fourth mile we had to break up our ekkas to be carried some ... If two ekkas or tongas approach from oppsite directions, the one nearest the ..."

2. Where Three Empires Meet: A Narrative of Recent Travel in Kashmir, Western by Edward Frederick Knight (1895)
"The ekkas came in long after us; our progress along the road had, of course, to be regulated by that of our baggage, and as the ekka horses are not changed ..."

3. Life of lord Lawrence by Reginald Bosworth Smith (1885)
"Awnings made of the branches of trees were extemporised by the men who rode on the ekkas and gun-carriages, and the rough jokes of the soldiers as they ..."

4. The Unveiling of Lhasa by Edmund Candler (1905)
"The ekkas were constructed in the plains, and carried by coolies from the ... The ekkas worked over the Phari and Tuna plains, and down the Nyang Chu Valley ..."

Other Resources Relating to: Ekkas

Search for Ekkas on Dictionary.com!Search for Ekkas on Thesaurus.com!Search for Ekkas on Google!Search for Ekkas on Wikipedia!

Search