Definition of Janizars

1. Noun. (plural of janizar) ¹



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Definition of Janizars

1. janizar [n] - See also: janizar

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Janizars

janitor
janitorial
janitoring
janitors
janitorship
janitorships
janitory
janitress
janitresses
janitrices
janitrix
janitrixes
janizar
janizarian
janizaries
janizars (current term)
janizary
jank
janken
janker
jankers
jankier
jankiest
jankovicite
janks
janky
jann
jannock
jannocks
janns

Literary usage of Janizars

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1. The Philosophy of History by Augustus Schade, Rudolf Rocholl (1899)
"Purposely we enlarge upon the janizars, subsequent to and in connection with that which we attempted before by pointing out simultaneous factors and aims of ..."

2. Dissertation on the Dragon, Beast, and Falseprophet, of the Apocalypse: In by John Edward Clarke (1814)
"... or to serve him in his wars; where they dayly practising all feats of activity, are called by the name of janizars (that is to say, new souldiers. ..."

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