Definition of Santur

1. Noun. A type of hammered dulcimer played in Persian music ¹



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Definition of Santur

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

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Santur

santonic acid
santonica
santonicas
santonin
santoninate
santoninates
santoninic
santoninic acid
santonins
santons
santoor
santoors
santour
santours
sants
santur (current term)
santurs
santyl
sanwa millet
sanyaku
sanyasi
sao
saola
saolas
saouari
saouaris
sap
sap-wood
sap ball
sap fagot

Literary usage of Santur

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

1. History of India by Sir William Wilson Hunter, Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall, Vincent Arthur Smith, Henry Miers Elliot, Stanley Lane-Poole, Romesh Chunder Dutt, Abraham Valentine Williams Jackson (1907)
"He made himself secure in the hills of santur, where he was joined by the Raja Debal Hindi, who held a prominent rank among the Hindus. ..."

2. The Bible and Rationalism, Or, Answer to Difficulties by John Thein (1900)
"... in the East and called santur. The name of santur appears to be only an abbreviation of the word ..."

3. The Chronology of India, from the Earliest Times to the Beginning Os the by Christian Mabel (Duff) Rickmers (1899)
"... and proceeding in the direction of santur, seeks shelter among the independent Hindu ... Mahmud Shah I proceeds to santur against the Hindu ..."

4. The History of India, as Told by Its Own Historians: The Muhammadan Period by Henry Miers Elliot, John Dowson (1869)
"He reached santur,1 and there took refuge among the hills and the tribes of those parts. The royal army marched out to quell this disturbance on Tuesday, ..."

5. History of India by Sir William Wilson Hunter, Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall, Vincent Arthur Smith, Henry Miers Elliot, Stanley Lane-Poole, Romesh Chunder Dutt, Abraham Valentine Williams Jackson (1907)
"He made himself secure in the hills of santur, where he was joined by the Raja Debal Hindi, who held a prominent rank among the Hindus. ..."

6. The Bible and Rationalism, Or, Answer to Difficulties by John Thein (1900)
"... in the East and called santur. The name of santur appears to be only an abbreviation of the word ..."

7. The Chronology of India, from the Earliest Times to the Beginning Os the by Christian Mabel (Duff) Rickmers (1899)
"... and proceeding in the direction of santur, seeks shelter among the independent Hindu ... Mahmud Shah I proceeds to santur against the Hindu ..."

8. The History of India, as Told by Its Own Historians: The Muhammadan Period by Henry Miers Elliot, John Dowson (1869)
"He reached santur,1 and there took refuge among the hills and the tribes of those parts. The royal army marched out to quell this disturbance on Tuesday, ..."

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