Glossary to the Fifth Report from the Select Committee

Glossary to the Fifth Report from the Select Committee

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1813 edition. Excerpt: ...MATHOOT, See Matote. MATHOOT FEEL KANEH, (p. 0U-JJ tijfc matkot-i-fil-hhdnah). An imposition for the elephant house or stable. A soubahdarry article of the abwab or cesses established by Hujah Khaun, beinsj a contribution to defray the expense of feeding the elephants of the Nazim and Dewan. MATHOTE, spelt also MATHOOT, MATHOOL and MUTHOTE, (h. CJjf mathot). Capitation, contribution, imposition. An occasional impostor tax, sometimes included in the Abwab, q. V. See also Zye Mathote. MAUNIUM, (tam. mdniyam, from s. STFJ mdnya, respectable, honorable). A grant of land, or assignment of the government share of the produce therefrom, to the revenue officers, and the public servants of the villages in the Northern Cirears. See En Am, SlJNNUd, TUBRABUPDY and PiTCHAY. MAUZA, (a. J-o mauza-), A place, a village. MAUZAWAR, (p.JytJyo mauzaz-w&r, from A.-c mauza-a place, a village). By villages. A village settlement, where the officers of the government farmed out the lands of the whole village to an individual, or to the community of a village. MEDDUI), See Mudduj). MEDDED MASH, See Mudded Mash. MEE R ASS, (a. Cjc mii as or mirdth). Heritage, patrimony. MEERASSADAR, (p.ju nurdsa-ddr). The holder or possessor of a heritage. v. Me.ehass. The proprietor of land. M1N MEERASSEE, (a. j!-, mirdsi). Hereditary, hereditary property. The land of a Meeuassadar, q. v. MEHAAL, See Mehal. MEHAL, MAHL. MHAL, MAAL, MO-HAUL, MEHAUL, MEHAAL, MAL;.. (a. JW mahdll plur. of Jsr rnahall properly a place). Places, districts, departments. Places or sources of revenue, particularly of a territorial nature: lands. N.B. This term should not, as is often the case, be confounded with JU m&l, another Arabic word, to an incorrect ear, something like it in sound. Mahall...show more

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