Definition of Haiques
1. haique [n] - See also: haique
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Literary usage of Haiques
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A System of Geography, Popular and Scientific: Or A Physical, Political, and by James Bell (1832)
"The winter hood, in towns, i« of coarse blue European cloth. The women in the country wear haiques, like those of the men. The ornamental parts of their ..."
2. New Voyages and Travels: Consisting of Originals, Translations, and Abridgements by Richard Phillips (1821)
"... the door of our cell, in order to have a look at us, affecting to stop their mouths with their haiques, that they might not inhale the same atmosphere! ..."
3. Narrative of the Shipwreck of the Sophia, on the 30th of May, 1819, on the by Charles Cochelet (1822)
"... the door of our cell, in order to nave a look at us, affecting to stop their mouths with their haiques, that they might not inhale the same atmosphere ! ..."
4. The Story of Don John of Austria by Luis Coloma, Ada Margarette Smith Moreton (1912)
"The rest, apparently poor people, with sheepskin coats and coloured " haiques," sat cross-legged on the threshold, according to their custom, ..."