Definition of kheda in English:

kheda

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Pronunciation: /ˈkeɪdə
 
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(also keddah or kheddah)

noun

(In South Asia) an enclosure used for the capture of wild elephants.
More example sentences
  • I had a scratch pack of twelve elephants, including some that had been sent forward from the keddahs.

Origin

from Assamese and Bengali khedā.

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