Definition of Dakoitis

1. dakoiti [n] - See also: dakoiti



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dakoitis

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

Literary usage of Dakoitis

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1. The History of British India by James Mill (1848)
"The returns show characteristic differences between the Lower and Upper provinces: dakoitis. Murdered, Tortured and Wounded. Lower provinces . ..."

2. The International Geography by Hugh Robert Mill (1908)
"Shoshonean.—Snake family : Bannocks, Comanches, Utcs, Moqui. Range : Oregon to Texas, Idaho to South California and Arizona. Siouan.—dakoitis ..."

3. The Presidential Armies of India by Edward Stirling Rivett Carnac, William Ferguson Beatson Laurie (1890)
"Murders and " dakoitis " were formerly very common in the neighbourhood of Plasi, the jungly state of the country affording shelter to marauders of every ..."

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