Khota, aka: Khōṭa, Khoṭa; 2 Definition(s)

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Khota means something in Marathi. If you want to know the exact meaning, history, etymology or English translation of this term then check out the descriptions on this page. Add your comment or reference to a book if you want to contribute to this summary article.

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Marathi-English dictionary

khōṭa (खोट).—f A mass of metal (unwrought or of old metal melted down); an ingot or wedge. Hence 2 A lump or solid bit (as of phlegm, gore, curds, inspissated milk); any concretion or clot. khōṭīcā Composed or made of khōṭa, as khōṭīcēṃ bhāṇḍēṃ.

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khōṭa (खोट).—f Loss (in trade or dealing). 2 Falsehood, i. e. want of truth, of reality, of honesty, of faithfulness, of sincerity &c. 3 or khōṇṭa f The heel.

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khōṭā (खोटा).—a ( H) False, i. e. not actual or real, or not veracious. 2 Faithless, perfidious, fraudulent. 3 Spurious, counterfeit, adulterate. 4 Debased, alloyed, bad--money. Pr. khōṭā tarī gāṇṭha- cā vēḍā tarī pōṭacā If the money be bad, it is yet out of one's own purse: if the child be mad, it is yet from one's own belly; "one's own is faultless."

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khōta (खोत).—m A renter of a village; a farmer of land or revenue; a farmer of the customs: also a contractor or monopolist gen. 2 In some provinces. An hereditary officer whose duty it is to collect for Government the revenue of the village: also an officer appointed for this office. 3 A tribe, or an individual of it, of Brahmans in the Southern Konkan̤: otherwise called javaḷa.

(Source): DDSA: The Molesworth Marathi and English Dictionary
context information

Marathi is an Indo-European language having over 70 million native speakers people in (predominantly) Maharashtra India. Marathi, like many other Indo-Aryan languages, evolved from early forms of Prakrit, which itself is a subset of Sanskrit, one of the most ancient languages of the world.

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Buddhica Khota
buddhīcā khōṭā (बुद्धीचा खोटा).—Of wicked disposition, evilminded.
Drishti
dṛṣṭi (दृष्टि).—a (S) That sees. In comp. as sūkṣmadṛṣṭi, sthūladṛṣṭi, dōṣadṛṣṭi, guṇadṛṣṭi &c....
Patha
Patha is a term designating ‘road’, used in the inscriptions of Andhra Pradesh.—These two appel...
Janma
janma (जन्म).—m n Birth or production. Life-time. In comp. From birth or throughout life. Ex. j...
Khotaki
khōtakī (खोतकी).—f The office or business of khōta.
Thala
thala (थल).—f A share (of the lessor or lessee) in the produce of a field.--- OR --- thaḷa (थळ)...
Punja
puñja (पुंज) [-puñjāḷa, -पुंजाळ].—m A heap or mass.--- OR --- puñjā (पुंजा).—m A quantity of ya...
Toda
tōḍā (तोडा).—m A purse of money (commonly of 1000 pieces). The match of a gun. A ring of gold o...
Khotavetha
khōtavēṭha (खोतवेठ).—f Service, &c., exacted without payment by the khōta.
Hora
hōrā (होरा).—f Part of the duration of a sign. m Prediction. Guess, apprehension.
Khotara
khōṭara (खोटर).—n A part in the yoke.--- OR --- khōṭārā (खोटारा).—a False; see khōṭā.
Nangarajota
nāṅgarajōta (नांगरजोत).—n An article of the press-service of the khōta of a village. The furnis...
Khotanata
khōṭānāṭā (खोटानाटा).—a False, debased, bad.
Khotasajja
khōtasajjā (खोतसज्जा).—m Lands tenanted from the khōta.
Khotapatti
khōtapaṭṭī (खोतपट्टी).—f An exaction or an impost for the benefit of the khōta.

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