Definition of Kajawahs
1. kajawah [n] - See also: kajawah
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kajawahs
kajawahs (current term)
Literary usage of Kajawahs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Military Surgery by George Williamson (1863)
"These kajawahs are made so as to hold with ease two men, ... A train of (in India) 100 or 200 camels, provided with such kajawahs, would render a large army ..."
2. Official History of the Operations in Somaliland, 1901-04 by Great Britain War Office. General Staff (1907)
"The light kajawahs have been alluded to under " Transport." In 1902 camel litters were sent from Bombay, made of bamboo, but they oscillated violently with ..."
3. A Narrative of the March and Operations of the Army of the Indus: In the by William Hough (1841)
"(45) "The kajawahs now in use to be retained with corps." Candahar. " Candahar will have for its garrison the 42nd, 43rd NI, 4th Co. ..."
4. Official Report of the Calcutta International Exhibition, 1883-84: Compiled (1885)
"kajawahs, mule or bullock (wood). For transport of picks, shovels, ... kajawahs, mule or bullock, iron. of the pair carries 10 shovels or 10 pickaxes. ..."