noun Ka·thi·a·wa·ri \ˌkätēəˈwärē\

Definition of Kathiawari

  1. 1 :  a breed of small hardy horses of India that are partly descended from Arabian horses

  2. 2 plural -s :  a horse of the Kathiawari breed

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Origin and Etymology of kathiawari

probably from Hindi or Gujarati kāthiāwādī of Kāthiāwād (Kathiawar), peninsula on the western coast of India

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