Definition of Patamar

1. n. A vessel resembling a grab, used in the coasting trade of Bombay and Ceylon.



Definition of Patamar

1. Noun. (nautical) A vessel resembling a grab, used in the coasting trade of Bombay and Ceylon. ¹

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Definition of Patamar

1. a sailing vessel [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Patamar

pasty
pat-on-the-back
pat1 protein kinase
pat down
pat in the middle
pat on the back
pat slide
pataca
patacas
patache
patacoon
patacoons
patagia
patagial
patagium
patamar (current term)
patamars
pataphysicist
pataphysicists
pataphysics
patas
patatas bravas
patavinities
patavinity
patball
patch
patch-clamp techniques
patch-up
patch clamp

Literary usage of Patamar

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1. A Dictionary of the Portuguese and English Languages, in Two Parts ...by Antonio Vieyra, Jacinto Dias do Canto by Antonio Vieyra, Jacinto Dias do Canto (1827)
"... adj. belonging to shep- write on, and- to put papers herds, pastoral, beseeming a patamar, a sort of Indian ship. patamar, (in India); see Ca- ..."

2. The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany (1819)
"The patamar must hare an iii- telligent European on board, and one of the ship's boats must accompany her and must endeavour to come to the beach on seeing ..."

3. Hobson-Jobson: A Glossary of Colloquial Anglo-Indian Words and Phrases, and by Henry Yule, Arthur Coke Burnell, William Crooke (1903)
"The patamar (fur so in this country they call poor footmen that aro ... do Saint Thome de cinq journées d'un Courier à pi6, qu'on appelle patamar. ..."

4. Travels from India to England: Comprehending a Visit to the Burman Empire by James Edward Alexander (1827)
"We had barely time to get to the nearest patamar, when it came on to blow and rain furiously. The boatmen were afraid to cross the bar, and taking shelter ..."

5. The Voyage of John Huyghen Van Linschoten to the East Indies: From the Old by Jan Huygen van Linschoten, Arthur Coke Burnell, Pieter Anton Tiele (1885)
"This Boye, was in the house not knowing their intent, and being in Bardes, they had with them a patamar,1 which is one of the Indian postes, which in winter ..."

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