Definition of Puhas

1. puha [n] - See also: puha



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Puhas

pugmarks
pugmill
pugnacious
pugnaciously
pugnaciousness
pugnacities
pugnacity
pugnae
pugnosed
pugree
pugrees
pugs
puh
puh-lease
puha
puhas (current term)
puir
puirer
puirest
puisne
puisnes
puisny
puissance
puissances
puissant
puissantly
puissantness
puja
pujah
pujahs

Literary usage of Puhas

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

1. Geological Magazine by Henry Woodward (1901)
"... this paper he will abstain from fighting under the shelter of an official publication. There I cannot reply to him ; BO the combat is one Ubi tu puhas, ..."

2. Essays Critical and Narrative by William Forsyth (1874)
"The contest, if contest, under the circumstances we are about to detail, it can be called—si rixa est ubi tu puhas, ..."

3. An Universal History, in a Series of Letters: Being a Complete and Impartial by Gustaf Clemens Hebbe (1848)
"But we know from the traditions of the Hindoos, that the Pali-puhas, who were a powerful tribe, migrated from India, and, as I have mentioned before, ..."

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