Definition of Khets
1. khet [n] - See also: khet
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Literary usage of Khets
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Cavalry Experiences and Leaves from My Journal by Henry Aimé Ouvry (1892)
"my return, I formed the Cavalry in skirmishing order and beat up the khets on each side the road, killing about a hundred men who were hiding in them, ..."
2. Ancient Egyptian Science: A Source Book by Marshall Clagett (1989)
"The scribe could now properly conclude that the area of the circle inscribed in a square of side 9 khets is very closely equal to the area of a square of ..."
3. The Popular and Critical Bible Encyclopædia and Scriptural Dictionary, Fully by Samuel Fallows, Andrew Constantinides Zenos, Herbert Lockwood Willett (1904)
"khets-rah'ee, walled in, 2 Sam. xxiii:35), the same as HEZRO (which see). A native of Carmel and one of David's guard of “thirty” (2 Sam. xxiii :35), ..."
4. The Indian Forester (1892)
"There are two well beaten tracks leading up the bank from the khets, ... Mr. Henvey wanted to stalk the elephant in the khets, but Mr. Shillingford ..."
5. A History of Mathematics by Florian Cajori (1919)
"The area of an isosceles triangle, of which the sides measure khets (a unit of length equal to 16.6 m. by one guess and about thrice that amount by another ..."
6. Pen and Pencil Sketches: Being Reminiscences During Eighteen Years by W. H. Florio Hutchisson, John Wilson (1883)
"The khets (with us) are his favourite September haunts, and in this fine tufted grain, without a weed, you find him—on a rich soapy clay bottom as even as a ..."
7. Supplementary Papers by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) (1889)
"At 10 to 2 pm we halted for five minutes, and then continuing south-east by south for a few hundred yards we came upon some recently cultivated " khets," ..."