Definition of Khamti
1. Noun. A branch of the Tai languages.
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Literary usage of Khamti
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society of London by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) (1877)
"C.—Overland Route to China via Assam, Tenga Pani Steer, khamti, ... We therefore decided on entering the Tenga Pani, and arrived at a khamti village called ..."
2. Descriptive Ethnology by Robert Gordon Latham (1859)
"It is the Siamese stock to which the khamti belong. The Siamese are khamti, the khamti Siamese. The khamti and Siamese belong not only to the same stock, ..."
3. From Tonkin to India by the Sources of the Irawadi,: January '95-January '96. by Henri Philippe Marie Orléans, prince d' Henri Philippe Marie Orléans, Hamley Bent (1898)
"CHAPTER VIII khamti TO INDIA Enter the Plain of khamti—Blackmailing at ... with the King's Son ; with the King—English Influence —Account of the khamti ..."
4. Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society (1877)
"... one who has travelled much in nearly every part of the world, had made up his mind to attempt an entrance into Chinese territory via the khamti and ..."
5. The Cyclopædia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia: Commercial by Edward Balfour (1885)
"In 1826, similar agreements were made with the khamti chief of ... These tribes were .implicated in the khamti rising in 1889, but they were allowed to ..."
6. Supplementary Papers by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) (1889)
"The route which this commerce follows was ascertained by Wilcox on his visit to Bor khamti in the following year, when ho was shown a bridge over the ..."