Definition of Selamliks

1. Noun. (plural of selamlik) ¹



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Definition of Selamliks

1. selamlik [n] - See also: selamlik

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Selamliks

selachian
selachians
selachii
selachoid
selachoidei
selachophobia
selachostomi
seladang
seladangs
selaginella
selaginellas
selah
selahs
selamectin
selamlik
selamliks (current term)
selane
selaphobia
selbri
selch
selcouth
seld
seldom
seldomer
seldomest
seldomly
seldomness
seldseen
seldsome
sele

Literary usage of Selamliks

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1. Christian Missions: Their Agents, and Their Results by Thomas William M. Marshall (1864)
"The selamliks, bows, and benedictions,'' says,General Ferrier, who fortunately traversed these regions on his way from Persia to the Punjaub, ..."

2. The Turk and His Lost Provinces: Greece, Bulgaria, Servia, Bosnia by William Eleroy Curtis (1903)
"Formerly the selamliks were more public. There was a wooden pavilion, a sort of grand stand for spectators, which was generally crowded by strangers ..."

3. The Turk and His Lost Provinces: Greece, Bulgaria, Servia, Bosnia by William Eleroy Curtis (1903)
"Formerly the selamliks were more public. There was a wooden pavilion, a sort of grand stand for spectators, which was generally crowded by strangers ..."

4. Speaking of the Turks by K. Ziya Mufti-zada (1922)
"... made by a retinue of men servants alone and in the old days only men were to be seen in and around these two little houses, as around all "selamliks. ..."

5. The Mediterranean and Its Borderlands by Joel Cook (1910)
"The simplicity of Mohammed's selamliks is in sharp contrast with the pomp that was shown by Abdul Hamid, who made the greatest display when be went to ..."

6. The Fall of Abd-Ul-Hamid by Francis McCullagh (1910)
"... that Abd-ul- Hamid ever held—and of the three Hamidian selamliks which I have been privileged to witness, it was in some respects the most remarkable. ..."

7. The Mediterranean and Its Borderlands by Joel Cook (1910)
"... while the foreign embassies were fully represented in pavilions erected for their accommodation. The simplicity of Mohammed's selamliks ..."

8. Regilding the Crescent by Frederick George Aflalo (1911)
"... so much so that, after one of the selamliks, he is said to have asked for news of the outer world from one of the Ambassadors. ..."

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