from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A fief; a district held by a poligar.
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- noun a district in
Indiaheld in feudal tenure by a poligar
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This object required a command of money; and there was no pollam, or castle, which in the happy days of the Carnatic was without some hoard of treasure, by which the governors were enabled to combat with the irregularity of the seasons, and to resist or to buy off the invasion of an enemy.
Trcaghdam, toll, im, pollam, tea - dham no imthij; him tluid a ftea; K. PeniciUum, Pyntr; Tyi'u, kadaA;
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