Definition of Khanga
1. kanga [n -S] - See also: kanga
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Khanga
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Literary usage of Khanga
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Dunbar Speaker and Entertainer: Containing the Best Prose and Poetic by Alice Moore Dunbar-Nelson, Leslie Pinckney Hill (1920)
"So we look about us At the blackened ruins of our huts; At the thinned numbers of our tribe, And at Shenzi khanga; And we hasten to him and gather about him ..."
2. Official Report of the Calcutta International Exhibition, 1883-84: Compiled (1885)
"Manipur. Dao inlaid with silver, dao, Manipur. khanga inlaid with brass, khanga, Sylhet. lacquered puff with darts, Manipur. lacquered box, ..."
3. Roman Africa: An Outline of the History of the Roman Occupation of North by Alexander Graham (1902)
"... unreasonable in dedicating the monument at a later date to the succeeding Emperors. In one of the defiles of the Aures mountains, known as khanga- ..."
4. The Great War of 189- by Philip Howard Colomb, John Frederick Maurice, Frederic Natusch Maude, Archibald Forbes, Charles Lowe, David Christie Murray, Francis Scudamore (1895)
"... hurled himself upon the Prince, and thrusting a great, broad-bladed Circassian khanga into his bosom, was away and out of sight almost before any of the ..."
5. View of the Russian Empire: During the Reign of Catharine, the Second, and by William Tooke (1801)
"... (or khangai), whence the Karin falls into that lake; then, about the origin of the brook khanga begins the mountain ..."
6. The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art by John Timbs (1877)
"already know, however, certain facts, such as that while the rainfall at the khanga Hills at Chira Panji, immediately over the delta of the Gauges, ..."