What is another word for Keddah?

Pronunciation: [kˈɛdə] (IPA)

Keddah is a word commonly associated with elephant corrals or enclosures. However, there are several synonyms for this word. The most prominent synonym for keddah is the Hindi term "hathi khana". Another similar term is "dabarah", which is a Malayalam word meaning elephant cage. The words "shenai" and "tunda" are also used in India to refer to an elephant enclosure. In Thailand, the term "chang klang" is used, which means large elephant enclosure while in Myanmar, the word "thagyaung" is used. In Sri Lanka, the term "gajaba yatana" is used to refer to an elephant enclosure. These synonyms show how different cultures have their unique words to describe the same meaning.

Usage examples for Keddah

But the really good time came when the driving out began, and the Keddah-that is, the stockade-looked like a picture of the end of the world, and men had to make signs to one another, because they could not hear themselves speak.
"The Jungle Book"
Rudyard Kipling
He was the head of all the Keddah operations-the man who caught all the elephants for the Government of India, and who knew more about the ways of elephants than any living man.
"The Jungle Book"
Rudyard Kipling
Kala Nag will obey none but me, so I must go with him into the Keddah, but he is only a fighting elephant, and he does not help to rope them.
"The Jungle Book"
Rudyard Kipling

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