Definition of Mocuddums
1. mocuddum [n] - See also: mocuddum
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Literary usage of Mocuddums
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Zemindary Settlement of Bengal by R. H. Hollingbery (1879)
"So also the nature of the tenure of the mocuddums and ... the villagers are the mocuddums. These have been from time imme- i'ii"Sw-'108, morial the persons ..."
2. Extracts from Harington's Analysis of the Bengal Regulations by John Herbert Harington (1866)
"... which the ryots in many parts of Bengal enjoy, of holding possession name district, who arc in general mocuddums as well as maliks, and are usually ..."
3. Selections from Revenue Records, North-West Provinces by North-Western Provinces (India). Board of Revenue (1873)
"Moreover, many of these persons are of high caste, which real mocuddums are not. 12. ... mocuddums.—From the concurrent testimony of the ..."
4. Selections from Revenue Records, North-West Provinces: A.D. 1822-1833 by Northwestern Provinces (India), Board of Revenue (1872)
"mocuddums falling under the above description (and the number will probably be considerable) are clearly entitled to separation ; and though, ..."
5. Report on the Settlement of the Bareilly District, North-Western Provinces by S. M. Moens (1874)
"through the mocuddums as representatives of the cultivators. At and subsequently to the cession, there being no proprietors, many villages were farmed, ..."