Definition of Kyang
1. kiang [n -S] - See also: kiang
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kyang
kyang (current term)
Literary usage of Kyang
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and Travels in by John Pinkerton (1811)
"... and conducted them into his private apartment, where he placed them on his right hand. This officer had the command over the provinces of kyang- 7 ' fi, ..."
2. Mongolia, the Tangut Country, and the Solitudes of Northern Tibet: Being a by Nikolaĭ Mikhaĭlovich Przhevalʹskiĭ (1876)
"[Y.] THE kyang AND THE KULAN. P. 146. Some naturalists have distinguished between the Kulan of West Turkestan, and the kyang (or ..."
3. Folk Tales from Tibet: With Illustrations by a Tibetan Artist and Some by William Frederick Travers O'Connor (1906)
"THE kyang, THE FOX, THE WOLF AND THE HARE. ONE day a hungry Wolf was roaming about in search of something to eat in the upper part of a Tibetan valley far ..."
4. In Tibet and Chinese Turkestan: Being the Record of Three Years' Exploration by Henry Hugh Peter Deasy (1901)
"... —Antelope—kyang—Yak. THE military force of China in Sin-Chiang consists nominally of 3000 cavalry and 4500 infantry; but the actual strength does not ..."
5. Through Unknown Tibet by Montagu Sinclair Wellby (1898)
"SHOOTING A TROUBLESOME MULE—A YAK CEMETERY 1 CHASE A kyang TENDER HEARTS—INSCRIBED STONES—LASSOO AND SHUKR AH SICK AN ARDUOUS CROSSING. ..."