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Definition of Tsamba
1. a Tibetan barley dish [n -S]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tsamba
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Literary usage of Tsamba
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Mount Omi and Beyond: A Record of Travel on the Thibetan Border by Archibald John Little (1901)
"... tsamba—Order and Neatness — Morals — England's Fear of Responsibility — Brick Tea— Chinese Destruction of Timber—Diminished Rivers—Snow-guarded Peaks ..."
2. Travels in Tartary, Thibet and China During the Years 1844-5-6 by Evariste Régis Huc (1900)
"They take a tea-cup half filled with boiling tea; to this they add some pinches of tsamba, and then mix these materials together with the finger, ..."
3. The Land of the Lamas: Notes of a Journey Through China, Mongolia and Tibet by William Woodville Rockhill (1891)
"He deftly works with his right hand the tea, butter, and tsamba into a ball of brown dough which he eats, drinking as much tea as is necessary to wash down ..."
4. Journey to Lhasa and Central Tibet by Sarat Chandra Das, William Woodville Rockhill (1902)
"His breakfast consisted of mutton, tsamba, and tea; at noon we gave him a dish of rice and mutton curry, tsamba, and tea; and at 6 o'clock he ate a few ..."