Definition of Arish
1. arrish [n -ES] - See also: arrish
Lexicographical Neighbors of Arish
arish (current term)
Literary usage of Arish
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Biblical Researches in Palestine, Mount Sinai and Arabia Petraea: A Journal by Edward Robinson, Eli Smith (1841)
"North of this last basin, the tract between the 'Arabah and the basin of the 'arish, is filled up by ranges or clusters of mountains; from which on the East ..."
2. Biblical Researches in Palestine, and in the Adjacent Regions: A Journal of by Edward Robinson (1874)
"... descending towards the north with a rapid slope, and drained through all its length by Wady el-'arish, which enters the sea near the place of the same ..."
3. A History of the Egyptian Revolution, from the Period of the Mamelukes to by Andrew Archibald Paton (1863)
"ON Bonaparte's visit to Suez, he learned that Djezzar, Pasha of Sidon, although resident at Acre, had taken possession of the fort of El arish, ..."
4. Egypt as it is: With a Map, Taken from the Most Recent Survey by James Carlile McCoan (1877)
"... that hardly has it risen above the azure sea before the Pharos lighthouse, Pompey's Pillar, Forts Napo- * Rosetta, Damietta, Port Sard, El-arish, ..."
5. A History of England: During the Reign of George the Third by William Massey (1865)
"The British Government, when informed of the convention of El arish, sent orders to Lord Keith to permit the French army to embark, in pursuance of the ..."