[ koh-lee ]
/ ˈkoʊ li /
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noun, plural Ko·lis, (especially collectively) Ko·li.
a people of low caste in northern India.
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The cyclone was fiercer than any storm he had seen before, and Koli had braced himself for the worst.“The sea is changing so much”: Climate change and lives of Mumbai’s fishermen|Aarefa Johari|July 7, 2021|Quartz
The chief, who is a Koli by caste, traces back his descent to 1343.
This with the drawl, which we had noticed before in Ali Koli Khan, made us at first inclined to laugh.
We hoped to have heard something here of our friend Ali Koli Khan, but are disappointed.
In his twentieth year he was married to his cousin, Yasodhara, daughter of the rajah of Koli.
So the Koli village looks forward to the Holi and makes timely preparation for it.Concerning Animals and Other Matters|E.H. Aitken, (AKA Edward Hamilton)