1. Shok de Untrustworthy (Burmese)
2. Thugyi Headman (Burmese)
3. Ingyi Long sleeved shirt (Burmese)
4. Jaldi Quick, fast (Indian) Chapter 23: "To the station, jaldi!"
5. Wallah (in combination) person in charge of or employed at a particular thing (e.g. book-wallah) Chapter 23: "grass-wallahs"
6. Min Gyi Term of respect (Burmese) Chapter 22: "We have no quarrel with you, min gyi", Burmese man to Mr Macgregor
7. Puttee Bandage for a covering for the lower part of the leg from the ankle to the knee (Indian) Chapter 22: "Their pagris were gone and their puttees were trailing yards behinds them, but they had no damage worse than bruises."
8. Pagri Cloth worn wrapped around the head or headdress Chapter 22: "It was the Military Police subahdar, a Rajput, very fat, moustachioed, with his pagri gone.";
9. Subahdar Indian officer of a company of sepoy
10. Rajput Highly dominant and renowned royal warrior caste