Definition of Gingeli
1. gingelly [n -S] - See also: gingelly
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Literary usage of Gingeli
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1. Hobson-Jobson: A Glossary of Colloquial Anglo-Indian Words and Phrases, and by Henry Yule, Arthur Coke Burnell, William Crooke (1903)
"We know not the origin of the word gingeli, which Roxburgh remarks was (as it is now) in common use among Europeans. ..."
2. A Manual of the District of Vizagapatam, in the Presidency of Madras by David Freemantle Carmichael (1869)
"The poorer class sometimes substitute this for gingeli oil in cookery purposes. ... The yield of oil is less from this seed than from gingeli oil seed. (23. ..."
3. Ceylon: An Account of the Island Physical, Historical and Topographical by James Emerson Tennent (1859)
"... from which the the decoration of' their mummy cases, natives express the gingeli oil. Sin but the probability is that they were ..."
4. Sub-Tropical Rambles in the Land of the Aphanapteryx: Personal Experiences by Nicolas Pike (1873)
"... in their jet black hair, twisted into the curious one-sided knots that seem de rigueur in an Indian belle's toilet, and soaked in gingeli or other oils. ..."
5. Pharmacographia: A History of the Principal Drugs of Vegetable Origin, Met by Friedrich August Flückiger, Daniel Hanbury (1874)
"... homologous a^ii» as palmitic and myristic. By precipitating with acetate of magnes: л. gingeli, which Roxburgh remarks was (as it Reports of Juries, ..."
6. The Jurist by Great Britain Courts, Great Britain (1853)
"Wm. Lloyd, Bristol, retailer of beer, Oct. 30 at 11, County Court of Gloucestershire, at Bristol.— Wm. James gingeli, Bristol, inspector of weights and ..."
7. The Principles of Leather Manufacture by H[enry] R[ichardson] Procter (1903)
"Sesamoel; Teel oil, gingeli oil) is another seed oil, usually of paler colour than cottonseed oil, but resembling it in having scarcely any odour, ..."
8. The Principles of Leather Manufacture by H[enry] R[ichardson] Procter (1903)
"Sesamoel; Teel oil, gingeli oil) is another seed oil, usually of paler colour than cottonseed oil, but resembling it in having ..."
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