Definition of Pungas

1. punga [n] - See also: punga



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pungas

pundit
punditic
punditocracy
punditocratic
punditries
punditry
pundits
pundle
pundles
pundonor
punese
puneses
pung
punga
pungapung
pungas (current term)
pungence
pungences
pungencies
pungency
pungent
pungently
pungies
pungle
pungled
pungles
pungling
pungs
pungwe
pungwes

Literary usage of Pungas

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1. Âryan Word-building by George Otis Holbrooke (1910)
"... heap, crowd; pungas clump; pins to [greet], speak eagerly, glitter; panc to crush; ... tough; pungas clump; ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1826)
"... adds, and upon the same authority, " It appears by late letters received from the Kin pungas, that the miseries under which the inhabitants of that fine ..."

3. A Digest of the Laws of England by John Comyns, Anthony Hammond, Thomas Day (1824)
"The next senior deputy register attends a. the rolls and has the '*« dnl.e. «pungas to filing exceptions, and receiving the deposit» thereon, ..."

4. Travels in the West: Cuba; with Notices of Porto Rico, and the Slave Trade by David Turnbull (1840)
"They were all taken on the African coast; nine of them in the neighbourhood of Sierra Leone, six in the Gallinas already referred to, one in the pungas, ..."

5. Travels in the West: Cuba, with Notices of Porto Rico, and the Slave Trade by David Turnbull (1840)
"They were all taken on the African coast; nine of them in the neighbourhood of Sierra Leone, six in the Gallinas already referred to, one in the pungas, ..."

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