Khota, aka: Khōṭa, Khoṭa; 2 Definition(s)
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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
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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buddhīcā khōṭā (बुद्धीचा खोटा).—Of wicked disposition, evilminded.
dṛṣṭi (दृष्टि).—a (S) That sees. In comp. as sūkṣmadṛṣṭi, sthūladṛṣṭi, dōṣadṛṣṭi, guṇadṛṣṭi &c....
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janma (जन्म).—m n Birth or production. Life-time. In comp. From birth or throughout life. Ex. j...
khōtakī (खोतकी).—f The office or business of khōta.
thala (थल).—f A share (of the lessor or lessee) in the produce of a field.--- OR --- thaḷa (थळ)...
puñja (पुंज) [-puñjāḷa, -पुंजाळ].—m A heap or mass.--- OR --- puñjā (पुंजा).—m A quantity of ya...
tōḍā (तोडा).—m A purse of money (commonly of 1000 pieces). The match of a gun. A ring of gold o...
khōtavēṭha (खोतवेठ).—f Service, &c., exacted without payment by the khōta.
hōrā (होरा).—f Part of the duration of a sign. m Prediction. Guess, apprehension.
khōṭara (खोटर).—n A part in the yoke.--- OR --- khōṭārā (खोटारा).—a False; see khōṭā.
nāṅgarajōta (नांगरजोत).—n An article of the press-service of the khōta of a village. The furnis...
khōṭānāṭā (खोटानाटा).—a False, debased, bad.
khōtasajjā (खोतसज्जा).—m Lands tenanted from the khōta.
khōtapaṭṭī (खोतपट्टी).—f An exaction or an impost for the benefit of the khōta.
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