Definition of Chattas

1. chatta [n] - See also: chatta



Lexicographical Neighbors of Chattas

chatoyances
chatoyancies
chatoyancy
chatoyant
chatoyants
chatoyment
chatroom
chatrooms
chats
chats up
chatshow
chatshows
chatspeak
chatta
chattas (current term)
chatted
chatted up
chattel
chattel house
chattel mortgage
chattel paper
chattel papers
chattelism
chattels
chatter
chatter mark
chatterati
chatteration

Literary usage of Chattas

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

1. Historical Collections of Louisiana: Embracing Translations of Many Rare and by Benjamin Franklin French (1850)
"This mighty nation of the chattas (Choctaws), consisting of near three thousand ... and chattas, dwell in divers towns, being five hundred fighting men, ..."

2. The English Illustrated Magazine (1888)
"On a third panel is shown a dagoba surmounted by two chattas placed one above ... the accumulated honour of the five chattas, which subsequently, as FlO i3. ..."

3. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1856)
"The umbrellas referred to in the Ninevite sculptures are facsimiles of the “chattas” still in use among the Burmese and Indians. ..."

4. Colonial Mobile: An Historical Study Largely from Original Sources, of the by Peter Joseph Hamilton (1910)
"... and chattas," although he mentions Fort Louis itself rather than its outpost. In fact, a general Indian war with the English followed, extending even to ..."

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