Definition of Kajawahs

1. kajawah [n] - See also: kajawah



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kajawahs

kaisekis
kaiser roll
kaiserdom
kaiserdoms
kaiserin
kaiserins
kaiserism
kaiserisms
kaisers
kaizen
kaizens
kaj
kajal
kajatenhout
kajawah
kajawahs (current term)
kajeput
kajeputs
kaji
kajigger
kajiggers
kajik
kajiks
kajillion
kajillions
kajis
kajk
kajmak
kak-

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. ..."

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