or ka·cha, cut·cha
Origin of kutcha
Words nearby kutcha
How to use kutcha in a sentence
The kutcha-wells, which are lined with nothing, or with thick ropes of twigs and straw, cost only from five to ten rupees.
There are two and half or three kutcha beegahs in a pucka beegah; and a pucka beegah is from 2750 to 2760 square yards.
In most stations, kutcha-wells, formed at a cost of from 20 to 50 rupees, would suffice for watering such groves.
The Kutcha Kutchin, 'people of the lowland,' are cleaner and better mannered.The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft, Volume 1|Hubert Howe Bancroft
The houses are very high and narrow and built of mud brick (kutcha), which is constantly though slowly powdering away.Southern Arabia|Theodore Bent