Bantam

Bantam is British army slang for a short person.
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bantam

[adj] - very small 2. [n] - any of various small breeds
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Bantam

Term for members of battalions between 5ft 1in and 5ft 4in.
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Bantam

Ban'tam noun A variety of small barnyard fowl, with feathered legs, probably brought from Bantam, a district of Java.
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bantam

diminutive adjective very small; `diminutive in stature`; `a lilliputian chest of drawers`; `her petite figure`; `tiny feet`; `the flyspeck nation of Bahrain moved toward democracy`
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Bantam

• (n.) A variety of small barnyard fowl, with feathered legs, probably brought from Bantam, a district of Java.
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Bantam

former city and sultanate of Java, Indonesia. It lay near the site of present-day Banten, on Banten Bay, at the extreme northwest of the island, just ... [2 related articles]
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Bantam

The Bantam Fowl is a small but spirited breed of domestic fowl, first brought from the East Indies, supposed to derive its name from Bantam in Java. Most of the sub-varieties have feathered legs; but these are not to be preferred. In point of colour the black and nankeen varieties take the palm. A well-bred bantam does not weigh more than half a ki...
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bantam

Small ornamental variety of domestic chicken weighing about 0.5–1 kg/1–2 lb. Bantams can either be a small version of one of the larger breeds, or a separate type. Some are prolific egg layers. Bantam cocks have a reputation as spirited fighters
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Bantam

[car] Not to be confused with American Bantam The Bantam was a British cyclecar manufactured by Slack and Harrison in Kegworth, Leicestershire in 1913. It was powered by an 8 hp V-twin engine made by Precision. There was no gearbox and variation in transmission ratios was provided for by variable pulleys. Final drive was by chain. ...
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Bantam

[military] A bantam, in British army usage, was a soldier of below the British Army`s minimum regulation height of 160 cm. During the First World War, the British Army raised battalions in which the normal minimum height requirement for recruits was reduced from 5 ft 3in (160 cm) to 5 ft (152 cm). This enabled otherwise healthy young men to...
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Bantam

[poultry] A bantam (Indonesian: Ayam kate) is a small variety of poultry, especially chickens. Etymologically, the name bantam is derived from the city of Bantam - currently known as `Banten Province` or previously `Banten Residency` - once a major seaport, in Indonesia. European sailors restocking on live fowl for sea journeys found the sm...
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Bantam

a chicken breed that is one third to one half the size of a standard breed.
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Bantam

A miniature chicken, about one-fourth to one-half the size of a regular-sized chicken.
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