Definition of Ottoman turk

1. Noun. A Turk (especially a Turk who is a member of the tribe of Osman I).

Exact synonyms: Osmanli, Ottoman
Generic synonyms: Turk



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ottoman Turk

Otto Hahn
Otto Heinrich Warburg
Otto I
Otto Jespersen
Otto Loewi
Otto Meyerhof
Otto Neumann Sverdrup
Otto Robert Frisch
Otto Wagner
Otto cycle
Otto pelvis
Otto the Great
Otto von Bismarck
Ottoman
Ottoman Empire
Ottoman Turk
Ottoman Turkish
Ottoman dynasty
Ottomite
Ottomites
Ottorino Respighi
Ottoson
Ottoson potential
Ottowan
Ottowans
Ottumwa
Otus
Otus asio
Otus scops
Otus sunia

Literary usage of Ottoman turk

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

1. Turkey, a World Problem of To-day by Talcott Williams (1921)
"vn WHEN THE ottoman turk BEGAN THE existing medley of races, tongues, and peoples over Asiatic Turkey was in full flux before the ottoman turk appeared on ..."

2. East by West, Essays in Transportation by Alfred James Morrison (1920)
"THE ottoman turk Meantime, that is with the Era of the Black Death, something new had appeared in Europe — the ottoman turk. About coeval with the House of ..."

3. East by West, Essays in Transportation by Alfred James Morrison (1920)
"THE ottoman turk Meantime, that is with the Era of the Black Death, something new had appeared in Europe — the ottoman turk. About coeval with the House of ..."

4. East by West, Essays in Transportation by Alfred James Morrison (1920)
"THE ottoman turk Meantime, that is with the Era of the Black Death, something new had appeared in Europe — the ottoman turk. About coeval with the House of ..."

5. The Student's Gibbon: The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon, William Smith (1862)
"... the capital of the ottoman turk« in Ada. CHAPTER XXXVI. ТНК MONGOLS AND TUB ottoman turkS. § 1. ..."

6. The Ottoman Power in Europe: Its Nature, Its Growth, and Its Decline by Edward Augustus Freeman (1877)
"The rule of the ottoman turk has never become a national government, because the Turk has never embraced Christianity, he could not embrace Christianity ..."

7. Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1878)
"But the ottoman turk hiss been a destroyer, and nothing else, all through his malign career. Mr. Freeman's book is so full of matter timat it is impossible ..."

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