Definition of Kabar

1. caber [n -S] - See also: caber



Kabar Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kabar

kabab
kababbed
kababbing
kababs
kabaddi
kabaddis
kabaka
kabakas
kabala
kabalas
kabalism
kabalisms
kabalist
kabalists
kabana
kabar (current term)
kabaragoya
kabaragoyas
kabars
kabaya
kabayas
kabbala
kabbalahs
kabbalas
kabbalism
kabbalisms
kabbalist
kabbalistic

Literary usage of Kabar

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Pharmacist (1874)
"The latter also called it kabar, ... in Egypt Chagar el kabar, in Persia ... the allied capparis galea- ta occurs as kabar post ..."

2. Missionary Register by Church Missionary Society (1823)
"Great kabar, or Public Meeting. On the 23d of April, Mr. Griffiths writes — To make the necessary preparations for the great kabar, on the ensuing Thursday, ..."

3. The History of India, as Told by Its Own Historians: The Muhammadan Period by John Dowson, Henry Miers Elliot (1871)
"... accompanied him as far as kabar.2 When the Shah arrived at the land of kabar, a contest ensued, ..."

4. The Religious Miscellany (1823)
"On the iith, this kabar was held. ... and put on that of the j kabar. And having seated himself, 'he was pleased to send for Mr. Jones laud myself to come ..."

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