Definition for zemindar (2 of 2)
Origin of zamindar
Examples from the Web for zemindar
They are found almost entirely in the Karvetnagar estate, the zemindar being the head of the caste.Castes and Tribes of Southern India|Edgar Thurston
A zemindar is an Indian subject, and as such exposed to the common lot of his fellows.
The zemindar had now to rest content with just the stipulated rent, and nothing more.Mashi and Other Stories|Rabindranath Tagore
The zemindar was not a man who would accept payment, so Mr. Mayne gave his servants some money.The Red Year|Louis Tracy
The Zemindar's son, who came down with us as an escort, and one of his men got safely to shore also, and they went on with Wilson.Rujub, the Juggler|G. A. Henty