Definition of Aliyas
1. aliya [n] - See also: aliya
Lexicographical Neighbors of Aliyas
Literary usage of Aliyas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Grammar and Vocabulary of Waziri Pashto by John Gordon Lorimer (1902)
"The owner approached to remonstrate, but aliyas only raised an elbow to jostle him in the face and continued on his way without even looking round. ..."
2. History of the Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1656 by Samuel Rawson Gardiner (1903)
"X. BIOGRAPHIES OF WORDS, AND THE HOME OF THE AliYAS. Vols. XI., XII. THE SCIENCE OF LANGUAGE : Founded on Lectures delivered at the Royal Institution in ..."
3. Ceylon in the "jubilee Year.": With an Account of the Progress Made Since by John Ferguson (1887)
"Their presence has a wonderful effect; the beaters redouble their furious attack on the supposed advancing " aliyas," shouts and yells, shots and shells in ..."
4. The Assembly of Mirth: A Literal Translation Into English of the Sabhá by Lallu Lal (1900)
"... aliyas. 0 Sir, the quarrelling of a father and son is injurious: (Through it) the kingdoms of both ..."