We went that night two coss to Mandill.We had four servants, two horses, and a camel.
coss was avaricious, and would sell all his friends for ten crowns.
He has also a fort called Atursae, two coss south from Dewa; a mile west from Buldeogur.
Dey coss me mo'n that; heap mo', but I'm faih to lose um all now, en I'm driffin' 'em off, sine die.
Never had messieurs de coss and de Richelieu appeared to equal advantage.
Catharine and her counsellors had undoubtedly gained some wholesome experience since coss's first proposals.
From its flat roof a body of horse had been seen in the distance, nearly a coss away.
We departed from Sarruna on the 11th January, and having travelled five coss we lay all night by the side of a river.
We here crossed the large river, which is seven coss in breadth, and where many hundreds are swallowed up yearly.
The ancient royal seat was Fatipoor, twelve coss from Agra, but is now fallen into decay.
measure of distance in India (about 2 miles), from Hindi kos, from Sanskrit krosah, literally "a call, a shout;" thus, "distance within which a man's shout can be heard."