Definition of Jowari
1. jowar [n -S] - See also: jowar
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jowari
jowari (current term)
Literary usage of Jowari
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Account of the British Settlement of Aden in Arabia by Frederick Mercer Hunter (1877)
"jowari (b.)—This grain is brought from the interior,1 on camels, ... jowari is usually packed in large or small mat-bags ; the former are called ' Attai,' ..."
2. Notes from a Diary, 1886-1888 by Mountstuart Elphinstone Grant Duff (1900)
"... while little soft speckled quails and brown partridges are running along the stones, and from every field of corn rise clouds of jowari birds. ..."
3. India in 1887 as Seen by Robert Wallace by Robert Wallace (1888)
"... Palia — Common Long-Horned or Bombay—Nagpur—jowari of S. Maratha Country—General Management—Shaving—Attention to Breeding—Males—Solid Excrement of the ..."
4. Report on the Hyderabad assigned districts by Berar (1878)
"Like wheat in England, jowari does well in a dry year." Wheat. 103. The percentage of area occupied by Wheat decreased from 8'39 in'the preceding, ..."
5. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1862)
"Kavali jowari.—A white variety from the Do-ab. 1 l. ... White and pink jowari, with flat grains, from Hydrabad. 14. ..."
6. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal (1862)
"A white variety from the Do-ab. pink jowari, with flat grains, from Hydrabad. ... Kal nakki jowari. 28. ..."