Definition of Dakoiti

1. dacoity [n -S] - See also: dacoity



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dakoiti

daisywheel
daisywheel printer
daisywheel printers
daisywheels
dak
dak bungalow
daker
daker hen
dakered
dakerhen
dakerhens
dakering
dakers
dakoit
dakoiti (current term)
dakoities
dakoitis
dakoits
dakoity
dakota group
dakotas
daks
dakuten
dal
dal segno
dalapon
dalapons
dalasi
dalasis

Literary usage of Dakoiti

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1. The History of British India by James Mill, Horace Hayman Wilson (1858)
"State of Police — Classes of Robbers, — Prevalence of dakoiti, or Gang Robbery,— 1 Some measures of the administration of Mr. Raffles had teen disapproved ..."

2. Papers on Indian Social Reform Including: Decision of Character and Moral by John Murdoch (1893)
"... sane man to affirm that India was wealthier while without roads and railways, suffering from dakoiti and ..."

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