Definition of Jowars
1. jowar [n] - See also: jowar
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jowars
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Literary usage of Jowars
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Visitor, Or, Monthly Instructor by Religious Tract Society (Great Britain) (1844)
"Park makes mention of a numerous and powerful tribe, called jowars, who, while they embrace the ceremonial part of the mohammedan religion, retain all their ..."
2. Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology by Suffolk Institute of Archaeology (1886)
"1725 John jowars of Cockfield Hall. 15 Oct. (Churchwarden in 1728 James Harvey Esq. 17 Apr. (See his epitaph above.) 1721. See inscriptions on bells. ..."
3. Miscellaneous Reports of Agricultural Experiment Stations by Dept. of Land Records and Agriculture, Bombay (Presidency) (1907)
"Three rabi pulses—Lang, grain and Masur—were grown after fodder jowars as a rotation crop. The pulses were grown solely under irrigation. ..."
4. Technologisches Wörterbuch, deutsch-englisch-französisch by Karl Karmarsch (1887)
"JOwars (ab) haben, dinars ab sein von ... To have abeam, — on the beam, to be abreast of ... par le t— du ..."