adjective, noun, plural Sin·gha·lese.
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The term "rogue" is scarcely sufficiently accounted for by supposing it to be the English equivalent for the Singhalese word Hora.
It was the site of the Singhalese capital during part of the seventh century, numerous remains of which are still to be found.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
As before intimated, the Tamil women are far handsomer in features than the Singhalese race.
Hence the discomfort of a Singhalese on finding a beetle in his house after sunset, and his anxiety to expel but not to kill it.
It seems to be rather extraordinary that with so available a sea coast, the Singhalese proper are in no wise a maritime people.