Jingal
Jingal Jin*gal", n. [Hind. jang[=a]l a swivel, a large musket.] A small portable piece of ordnance, mounted on a swivel. [Written also {gingal} and {jingall}.] [India] [1913 Webster]

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  • Jingal — A jingal IPA| [´dʒingɔ:l] , or gingall, (Hindi janjal) is a type of gun, usually a light piece mounted on a swivel; it sometimes takes the form of a heavy musket fired from a rest.see kiplings, Grave of 100 head, to see reference to a jingal …   Wikipedia

  • jingal — /jin gawl/, n. a large musket fired from a rest, often mounted on a carriage: formerly used in India, China, etc. Also, gingal, gingall. [1810 20; < Hindi janjal, var. of JANJAR] * * * jingal, jingko variant of gingall, gingko …   Useful english dictionary

  • jingal — /jin gawl/, n. a large musket fired from a rest, often mounted on a carriage: formerly used in India, China, etc. Also, gingal, gingall. [1810 20; < Hindi janjal, var. of JANJAR] * * * …   Universalium

  • jingal — noun A type of gun, usually a light piece mounted on a swivel, sometimes taking the form of a heavy musket fired from a rest …   Wiktionary

  • gingal — Jingal Jin*gal , n. [Hind. jang[=a]l a swivel, a large musket.] A small portable piece of ordnance, mounted on a swivel. [Written also {gingal} and {jingall}.] [India] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • jingall — Jingal Jin*gal , n. [Hind. jang[=a]l a swivel, a large musket.] A small portable piece of ordnance, mounted on a swivel. [Written also {gingal} and {jingall}.] [India] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • jingko — jingal, jingko variant of gingall, gingko …   Useful english dictionary

  • gin|gall — gin|gal or gin|gall «JIHN gl», noun. = jingal. (Cf. ↑jingal) …   Useful english dictionary

  • gin|gal — or gin|gall «JIHN gl», noun. = jingal. (Cf. ↑jingal) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Gingal — Gin*gal , n. See {Jingal}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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