Definition of "kyang" []

  • The wild ass of Tibet, Equus hemionus. It is over four feet high at the shoulder, of a dark-reddish color, with a narrow stripe along the back. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "kyang" in a sentence
  • "I remember very little detail apart from a great sense of wonder at everything I saw: the vast herds of drong (wild yaks) ranging across the plains, the smaller groups of kyang (wild asses) and occasionally a shimmer of gowa and nawa, small deer which were so light and fast they might have been ghosts."
  • "Outrageous arrogance (nga-rgyal-las-kyang nga-rgyal) is a puffed-up mind that feels I am better than someone superior to myself in some quality."
  • "On the other hand, there were numerous herds of kyang, which in the early mornings came to drink of the water by which the camps were pitched."