Definition of Koolah
1. koala [n -S] - See also: koala
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Literary usage of Koolah
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Church Missionary Record by Church Missionary Society (1846)
"Departure from koolah, and Arrival at Yeni-shehr. Early in the morning of the 6th the party left koolah ; and, having twice crossed the Hermus, ..."
2. A Visit to the Seven Churches of Asia by Francis Vyvyan Jago Arundell (1828)
"I observed some antiquities in koolah, and copied an inscription. It stands certainly on the site of one of the ancient Lydian or ..."
3. The African Repository by American Colonization Society (1829)
"Indeed in the map of Malte Brun, the source of a river running westward, is laid down in Dar koolah, on the authority of Browne, who visited that region of ..."
4. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1812)
"The koolah, after it has ascended a tree, never quits it until it is completely cleared of the leaves; and the natives easily discover the animal by ..."
5. Oriental Commerce, Or, The East India Trader's Complete Guide: Containing a by William Milburn, Thomas Thornton (1825)
"... equal to 1 koolah = 233 cub. in. ... The koolah is occasionally used as a weight, 17 being equal to the ..."
6. My Life and Times, 1810-1899 by John Bailey Adger (1899)
"About an hour after dinner, I began to feel very faint; it was time to start for the koolah, and I, not being able to walk, we went to one of those numerous ..."