Definition of Kadikoy
1. Noun. A former town on the Bosporus (now part of Istanbul); site of the Council of Chalcedon.
Generic synonyms: Town
Group relationships: Constantinople, Istanbul, Stamboul, Stambul
Lexicographical Neighbors of Kadikoy
Literary usage of Kadikoy
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Western Hostility to Islam and Prophecies of Turkish Doom by Kenneth Meyer Setton (1992)
"Panic seized the inhabitants of Kadikoy, many of whom left the area to seek safety ... Although this reassuring news was published, and Kadikoy was not ..."
2. Narrative of a Mission of Inquiry to the Jews from the Church of Scotland in by Andrew Alexander Bonar, Robert Murray M'Cheyne (1845)
"Close to Scutari stood the ancient Chalcedon, now called Kadikoy, " the village of the judges," in allusion to the famous Council once held within its walls ..."
3. The Kurds of Turkey: Killings, Disappearances and Torture by Lois Whitman (1993)
"... while covering the funeral in Kadikoy district of Istanbul of people killed by police in house raids on suspected "terrorists" in Istanbul on April 17. ..."
4. Turkey by Heike Brockmann (1998)
"Pamukkale: Kadikoy, 216-334 0998; Esenler: 212-658 2222. Trains Turkish trains are not up to European standards: With the exception of the sleepers between ..."
5. International Co-Operation for Habitat and Urban Development: Directory of by Centre de développement de l'OCDE, ONU, Development Centre (1997)
"6, 81300 Kadikoy, Istanbul, Turkey. Telephone: 90 (216) 338 00 17. Fax: 90 (216) 338 55 92. Contact: Baris Mater. COMMENTS: Accredited to Habitat II. ..."