Definition of Irade

1. n. A decree of the Sultan.



Definition of Irade

1. Noun. A decree of a Muslim ruler. ¹

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Definition of Irade

1. a decree of a Muslim ruler [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Irade

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ipselateral
ipsi-
ipsilateral
ipsilateral reflex
ipsilaterally
ipsissimosity
ipso facto
ipus
iquiqueite
ir-
ira
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iracund
irade (current term)
irades
iranian
iranite
iraqite
irarsite
irascibilities
irascibility
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irascibleness
irasciblenesses
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irate
irately
irateness

Literary usage of Irade

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1. The Map of Europe by Treaty: Showing the Various Political and Territorial by Edward Hertslet (1891)
"... irade rr»m*L?iti»<j Reform*. Constantinople, 2nd October, 1875. [Referred to in the Audi-assy Note of 30th December, 1875, No". 456.] TABLE. ..."

2. Nippur: Or, Explorations and Adventures on the Euphrates by John Punnett Peters (1897)
"... C. irade GRANTING PERMISSION TO EXCAVATE. IN behalf of the trustees of the University of Pennsylvania, the United States Legation at Constantinople has ..."

3. My Quest of the Arab Horse by Homer Davenport, Charles Livingston Bull (1909)
"CHAPTER II PROCURING THE irade AND THE START FOR THE DESERT THERE had been but one thought uppermost in my mind ever since the liniment can days and that ..."

4. Library of Universal Knowledge: A Reprint of the Last (1880) Edinburgh and (1880)
"Brewing, lithographing, and cotton and wool spinning arc the principal branches of irade. The pop. in 1870 was 26, 520. ..."

5. Russia's Work in Turkey: A Revelation by Georges Giacometti (1877)
"... man," Mahmoud will come back in due time, and through him you will have the satisfaction of arousing European opinion, by means of the irade of October. ..."

6. The Map of Europe by Treaty: Showing the Various Political and Territorial by Edward Hertslet (1891)
"... irade rr»m*L?iti»<j Reform*. Constantinople, 2nd October, 1875. [Referred to in the Audi-assy Note of 30th December, 1875, No". 456.] TABLE. ..."

7. Nippur: Or, Explorations and Adventures on the Euphrates by John Punnett Peters (1897)
"... C. irade GRANTING PERMISSION TO EXCAVATE. IN behalf of the trustees of the University of Pennsylvania, the United States Legation at Constantinople has ..."

8. My Quest of the Arab Horse by Homer Davenport, Charles Livingston Bull (1909)
"CHAPTER II PROCURING THE irade AND THE START FOR THE DESERT THERE had been but one thought uppermost in my mind ever since the liniment can days and that ..."

9. Library of Universal Knowledge: A Reprint of the Last (1880) Edinburgh and (1880)
"Brewing, lithographing, and cotton and wool spinning arc the principal branches of irade. The pop. in 1870 was 26, 520. ..."

10. Russia's Work in Turkey: A Revelation by Georges Giacometti (1877)
"... man," Mahmoud will come back in due time, and through him you will have the satisfaction of arousing European opinion, by means of the irade of October. ..."

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