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Definition of Burdash
1. a man's fringed dress sash [n -ES]
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Literary usage of Burdash
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Dictionary of Oriental Quotations (Arabic and Persian) by Claud Field (1911)
"... did Qaza h am i burdash ta ba sue daña wa dam." GULISTAN, chap. " The pigeon who his mate Shall ne'er revisit, follows fate's decree Towards the net in ..."
2. Canadian Poets and Poetry by John William Garvin (1916)
"... frame! the famed burdash, so grown To that enormous bulk whose presence filled The very vale with awe. His shining horns Gleamed black amidst his fell ..."
3. Costume in England: A History of Dress from the Earliest Period Until the by Frederick William Fairholt (1860)
"burdash. The fringed sash worn round the waist by gentlemen (see cut p. 261). "A modern beau," in the prologue to Cof- ..."
4. The American Bison: Its Habits, Method of Capture and Economic Use in the by Charles Mair, Royal Society of Canada (1891)
"These beasts, whatever they were, grew to an enormous size, and were called by the English and French half-breeds, . “ The burdash,” a name which is ..."
5. The Story of the Indian by George Bird Grinnell (1895)
"CL Hall, who had it from a Ree known as Peter burdash, and he received it direct from Ka-ka-pit'ka (Two Crows), the priest. The account is as follows : In ..."