n. (alternative spelling of yat English)
May refer to:
- Jat people
- Muslim Jat of Punjab
- Jats of Sindh
- Jat Airways, a former Serbian airline
- Jat (Sangli), a town in Maharashtra, India
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- Jatt, Israel
- Yat, a letter in Cyrillic script
- Peripatetic Jats
- Jāti, a community in India
Jat (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is one of the 288 Vidhan Sabha (legislative assembly) constituencies of Maharashtra state in western India.
Usage examples of "jat".
I set out in the direction of the house of Fal Sivas, after instructing Jat Or to remain at the public house where I could find him without delay should I require his services.
He had his mental exercises, his work with Taynad and the Jat, even the necessity of making mental notes for anything picked up in the conversation concerning Lochan which could be put to future use.
Dogras, Rajputs, Jats, Baluchis, Garhwalis clutched at the little pulleys over their cots, pulled themselves up with painful efforts, and saluted.
The decline of the Mogul empire gave free play to the turbulent spirit of the Jats and Gujars, many of whose chieftains succeeded in carving out petty principalities for themselves at the expense of their neighbours.
The Jats took the side of the government, while the Gujars and Mussulman Rajputs were most actively hostile.
King of my fields,' -this to the small son - 'let us show these holy men that we Jats of Jullundur can pay a service .
Eitel suggests that a relic of the old name of the country may still exist in that of the Jats or Juts of the present day.
Wait here,' said the lama, and he sat down by the Jat upon the lowest step of the temple, while Kim, looking out of the corner of his eyes, slowly opened the little betel-box.