Definition of Dargas
1. darga [n] - See also: darga
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dargas
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Literary usage of Dargas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Pahlavi Texts: Part I and II by Edward William West (1901)
"If in a house there are three rooms (gun^î- nak), and otie shall die in the entrance place (dargas), if it be so that they may set the door open, ..."
2. Princeton Theological Review by Princeton Theological Seminary (1912)
"Aim of Education; WN TOBIE, Cosmic Principle of the Cross; EDWIN Mi MS, Religious Tone of Victorian Literature; EC dargas. Frederick W. Robertson: the Man ..."
3. A Statistical Account of Bengal by William Wilson Hunter (1876)
"... lands are small endowments for the purpose of the maintenance of tombs (dargas) and mosques, and are met with in almost every village ..."
4. Illustrations of Irish History and Topography, Mainly of the Seventeenth by Caesar Litton Falkiner, Fynes Moryson, Josias Bodley, Luke Gernon, William Brereton, Albert Jouvin (1904)
"Roger Davys and Samuel dargas. 1635. Mathew Mainwaring. 1644. Mathew and Dudley Mainwaring. 1660. Sir John Stephens. 1673. Col. John Jeffreys. 1680. ..."