Definition of Simurgs

1. simurg [n] - See also: simurg



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Simurgs

simultaneous death
simultaneous deaths
simultaneous equations
simultaneous operation
simultaneous perception
simultaneously
simultaneousness
simultaneum
simulties
simulty
simun
simurg
simurgh
simurghs
simurgs (current term)
simvastatin
sin
sin-bin
sin-eater
sin bin
sin binned
sin bins
sin eater
sin recombinase
sinalbin
sinalbins
sinamay
sinamine
sinapate

Literary usage of Simurgs

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1. Indian Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs (1892)
"... two greyhounds were tied up there; two simurgs were imprisoned, and two tigers also stood there. So the King's son let all the creatures go, ..."

2. Specimens of the Popular Poetry of Persia: As Found in the Adventures and by Alexander Chodźko (1842)
"... has nothing to do with the supernatural world of divs, simurgs, and demons. Everything in him and around him is merely human, cut out by the pattern of ..."

3. Zeitschrift der Deutschen morgenländischen Gesellschaft by Deutsche Morgenländische Gesellschaft (1856)
"... gelernt,) in simurgs Sprache pflegte er zu reden. Aber «wer Vers mit dem vorher und dem nachher riecht nach der Glosse. Die drei ausgewiesen, geht alles ..."

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