kheda

or ked·dah, khed·ah

[ ked-uh ]
/ ˈkɛd ə /

noun

(in India) an enclosure constructed to ensnare wild elephants.

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Origin of kheda

Borrowed into English from Hindi around 1790–1800
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British Dictionary definitions for kheda

kheda

khedah or keddah

/ (ˈkɛdə) /

noun

(in India, Myanmar, etc) an enclosure into which wild elephants are driven to be captured

Word Origin for kheda

from Hindi
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