Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In the East Indies, the post; a relay of men, as for carrying letters, despatches, etc., or travelers in palanquins. The route is divided into stages, and each bearer or set of bearers serves only for a single stage. In some places there are horse-daks, or mounted runners.
- n. An abbreviation of Dakota.
- n. India A post system by means of transport relays of horses stationed at intervals along a route or network, carrying mail and passengers.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. India Post; mail; also, the mail or postal arrangements; -- spelt also
dawk, and dauk.
- n. East Indian tree bearing a profusion of intense vermilion velvet-textured blooms and yielding a yellow dye
- From Hindi, Marathi डाक (ḍāk). (Wiktionary)
“The trains are conveniently arranged; they take you over from Agra in the morning and bring you back at night, which is well, because there is no hotel at Muttra, only what they call a dak bungalow, or lodging-house, provided by the municipal authorities for the shelter of travelers who have no friends to put them up.”
“Here's a picture of the chicken restaurant Dak dak, is Korean for chicken which I mentioned a few posts ago.”
“As'ad M.rlan, M. Ag dak akan sampai kepada Allah SWT. suci antara makhluk dengan khaliknya, Rasulullah SAW bersabda:”
“Captain Webb-Ware having most kindly arranged to "dak" camels for me, I was enabled to remain here one day by sending my own camels with loads ahead, I proposing to catch them up by going three marches on January”
“Minnesota .... you should still be hanging your collective heads in shame. dak”
“Is there a republican out there who could explain to the "not so bright" wingnuts of their party that you have to have a legitimate ID to be able to vote? dak”
“This recent "support" of tort reform means that he actually doesn't want tort reform. dak”
“The menu is pretty straight forward – noodle soups consisting of a dashi broth, ramyun or udon noodles, and a topping such as bulgogi, dak galbi (spicy grilled chicken), kimchi, etc.”
“If Obama mess up im pretty sure he won't be able to live it down. dak”
“December 1st, 2009 11: 27 am ET give me a break! dak”
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