Definition of Khors

1. khor [n] - See also: khor



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Khors

khitmutgar
khitmutgars
khmaralite
khnate
kho kho
khodja
khodjas
khoja
khojas
kholah
kholsun
khomyakovite
khon
khopesh
khor
khors (current term)
khotbah
khotbahs
khotbeh
khotbehs
khoum
khoums
khu
khud
khuds
khukuri
khula
khurma
khurmas
khurta

Literary usage of Khors

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

1. The Anglo-Egyptian Sudan: A Compendium Prepared by Officers of the Sudan by Lord Edward Gleichen, Sudan, Edward Gleichen (1905)
"North of these hills are a series of large khors which drain first north and ... Lower down these khors are practically unknown, but are said to curve ..."

2. The Wild Tribes of the Soudan: An Account of Travel and Sport Chiefly in the by Frank Linsly James (1883)
"Occasional Sudden Rising of the Water in the khors. Ax noon on the nth a start was made for Massawa. We had done a good deal of telegraphing to both Suez ..."

3. The tale of the armament of Igor. A.D. 1185: A Russian historical epic by Leonard Arthur Magnus (1915)
"He must have gone through Kherson and Taurida, and so to a point near Taganrog. As to khors, this is a sun-god, mentioned and listed by Sakharov ..."

4. History of Russia: From the Foundation of the Monarchy by Rurik, to the by William Tooke (1800)
"There was, however, at Kief another god of health : at leaft it is thought that fuch were the functions of the deity khors or ..."

5. The Journal of the Manchester Geographical Society by Manchester Geographical Society (1887)
"Stretches of flat country or miniature plains divide the different khors, in the vicinity ... The three most wooded khors are those of Mog Arbat, Gara Era, ..."

6. '83 to '87 in the Soudan: With an Account of Sir William Hewett's Mission to by Augustus Blandy Wylde (1888)
"Stretches of flat country or miniature plains divide the different khors, in the vicinity ... The three most wooded khors are those of Mog Arbat, Gara Era, ..."

7. Report Upon the Basin of the Upper Nile: With Proposals for the Improvement by William Garstin, C. E. Dupuis (1904)
"Inlets might be provided on the east bank, with gates, which could be closed in summer, but opened in flood, to allow of the drainage of these "khors" ..."

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