Definition of Suldan
1. soldan [n -S] - See also: soldan
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Suldan
Literary usage of Suldan
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Grammar of the Somali Language, with Examples in Prose and Verse and an by John William Carnegie Kirk (1905)
"A noun, which in English is qualified by the indefinite pronoun, a, an, or some, any, is used in Somali in its simplest form in an indefinite sense. suldan ..."
2. Report by Washington (State), Washington (State) Auditor's office, Auditor's Office (1898)
"... James, groceries and labor 137 00 Shannon, RC, produce and labor . i.. 95 58 Shannon, GW & Co.. rope 10 80 Stratton, JM, wharfage 1 60 suldan, WM, ..."
3. The "A.L.A." Index: An Index to General Literature, Biographical, Historical by American Library Association (1901)
"(FL suldan) Nat. Educa. Assoc. '99 : 298. — Employment and dismissal of. (EE Rosling) Nat. Educa. Assoc.'99 : 1118. — Ethics .for. ..."
4. The Gentleman's Magazine (1831)
"... on the grim suldan, volet usus." Yours, &c. B. Mr. URBAN, Feb. 5. THE solemnity of the Round Table, so celebrated in romantic history, was common to all ..."