Cochin

Cochin, a native state in India N. of Travancore, cooped up between W. Ghâts and the Arabian Sea, with a capital of the same name, where Vasco da Gama died; the first Christian church in India was built here, and there is here a colony of black Jews.

Population (circa 1900) given as 722,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Cochabamba * Cochin-China
Cobden, Richard
Cobentzell, Comte de
Coblenz
Coburg
Coburg
Cocaine
Cocceius
Cocceji, Henry
Cocceji, Samuel
Cochabamba
Cochin
Cochin-China
Cochlæus, Johann
Cochrane
Cock Lane Ghost
Cockaigne
Cockatrice
Cockburn, Sir Alexander
Cockburn, Alison
Cockburn, Sir George
Cockburn, Henry, Lord

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