Definition of Resht

1. Noun. City in northwestern Iran near the Caspian Sea.

Exact synonyms: Rasht
Generic synonyms: City, Metropolis, Urban Center
Group relationships: Iran, Islamic Republic Of Iran, Persia



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Resht

Republican Party
Republican River
Republicans
Republicrat
Republicrats
Republika Srpska
Rescriptor
Rescue
Reseda luteola
Reseda odorata
Resedaceae
Resen
Reserve Officers Training Corps
Reset
Resets
Resht
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Respighi
Restatement
Restatements
Restorationer
Restorationers
Restoril
Resurrection of Christ
Retama
Retama raetam
Reticulitermes
Reticulitermes flanipes
Reticulitermes lucifugus
Reticulum

Literary usage of Resht

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1. A Winter's Journey (Tâtar), from Constantinople to Tehran: With Travels by James Baillie Fraser (1838)
"resht.—Decay and dilapidation—Illness.— Leave resht.—Fo- men. ... DEAR , September 5th, resht. I HAVE been four days here, but have little to ..."

2. The Heart of the Orient: Saunterings Through Georgis, Armenia, Persia by Michael Myers Shoemaker (1904)
"We wait in the vile bazaar until our luggage—and ourselves—are loaded on to crazy traps, when we jolt off over the road to resht. The mud and holes are so ..."

3. The Heart of the Orient: Saunterings Through Georgia, Armenia, Persia by Michael Myers Shoemaker (1904)
"We wait in the vile bazaar until our luggage—and ourselves—are loaded on to crazy traps, when we jolt off over the road to resht. The mud and holes are so ..."

4. The American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge edited by George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana (1883)
"... was always exerted for the maintenance of peace. He discountenanced polygamy, and was distinguished for his literary and scientific attainments. resht ..."

5. Midnight Marches Through Persia by Henry Ballantine (1879)
"AT resht there are two consuls; one English, and the other Russian. We called on both, and found them exceedingly pleasant and hospitable, — so much so that ..."

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