Definition of Nahals

1. nahal [n] - See also: nahal



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nahals

naggings
naggins
naggy
nagi
nagmaal
nagmaals
nagor
nagors
nags
nagware
nagyag-ite
nagyagite
nagyagites
nah
nahal
nahals (current term)
nahcolite
nahpoite
nahualism
naiad
naiad family
naiades
naiads
naiant
naid
naif
naifer
naifest
naifly
naifs

Literary usage of Nahals

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

1. The Wild Tribes of India by Shoshee Chunder Dutt (1882)
"The nahals inhabit the north-cast part of ... are the neighbours of the nahals, and live between ..."

2. Publications by Folklore Society (Great Britain) (1894)
"The nahals are dark and diminutive in stature.and their features are exceedingly ill-favoured. A few of this tribe cultivate a little grain among the ashes ..."

3. Folklore by Folklore Society (Great Britain) (1894)
"The nahals are dark and diminutive in stature.and their features are exceedingly ill-favoured. A few of this tribe cultivate a little grain among the ashes ..."

4. Daily Life and Origin of the Tasmanians by James Bonwick (1898)
"Who would suppose that Captain Graham's account of the nahals, in the north-east ... The nahals are dark and diminutive in stature, and their features are ..."

5. Papers Relating to the Aboriginal Tribes of the Central Provinces by Stephen Hislop (1866)
"... with horse, sun, and moon, set up before house of married people, nahals a/e not allowed music at their weddings, nahals on north- east of ..."

6. Folklore as an Historical Science by George Laurence Gomme (1908)
"The nahals of Khandesh, for instance, neglect kinship altogether, and exist perfectly wild among the mountains, subsisting chiefly on roots, fruits, ..."

7. The Highlands of Central India: Notes on Their Forests and Wild Tribes by James Forsyth (1920)
"... called the " stream of blood," from the massacre in its valley of a whole tribe of nahals, man, woman, and child, by a body of Arabs in the service of ..."

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