Definition of Khediva

1. the wife of a khedive [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Khediva

khatchkar
khatris
khats
khatyrkite
khaya
khayas
khazen
khazenim
khazens
khazi
khazis
kheda
khedah
khedahs
khedas
khediva (current term)
khedival
khedivas
khedive
khedives
khedivial
kheema
khellin
khene
khenes
khenna
khepesh
khesari
khet
kheth

Literary usage of Khediva

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1. Reminiscences by Louisa Crowninshield Bacon (1922)
"I was presented to the khediva, the wife of the Khedive, who lived in a palace ... I wonder where the poor khediva is now, for her husband was banished from ..."

2. Three Years in the Libyan Desert: Travels, Discoveries, and Excavations of by J. C. Ewald Falls (1913)
"He has five children by the khediva, of whom one is the Crown Prince, Mohammed Abd el-Monein, who is still a boy. He made a second marriage with an Austrian ..."

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