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- n. Plural form of Cathayan.
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_The Cathayans must be as civilized as we are to make such a thing_, she thought as she put the box in her chest.
With these Agrican, not distinguished in the crowd, entered the place, driving both Circassians and Cathayans before him, and the portcullis being dropped, he was shut in.
Turkes and nations of those parts and the Cathayans.
Haython4 and Paulus Venetus5 call them Cathayans.]