• Definition for "chowry"
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chowry definition

  • noun:
    • A fly-flapper or whisk originally created from the bushy end of a yak.
    • A whisk maintain down data, found in the East Indies.
    • when you look at the East Indies, a whisk or brush used to drive down flies, frequently made from the bushy end associated with Tibetan yak emerge a decorated handle, as well as in this form one of several ensigns of ancient Asiatic royalty. In addition spelled chourie, chowrie.
    • A fly-flapper or whisk originally produced from the bushy end of a yak.
    • A whisk to keep down data, found in the East Indies.
    • in East Indies, a whisk or brush familiar with drive off flies, frequently made of the bushy tail for the Tibetan yak emerge a decorated handle, plus this form one of the ensigns of old Asiatic royalty. Also spelled chourie, chowrie.
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