Definition of Bashlik

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of bashlyk) ¹



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Definition of Bashlik

1. a long Russian hood [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bashlik

bashfully
bashfulness
bashfulnesses
bashi-bazouk
bashi-bazouks
bashibazouk
bashibazouks
bashin'
bashing
bashing the bishop
bashings
bashism
bashisms
bashkiria
bashless
bashlik (current term)
bashliks
bashlyk
bashlyks
bashment
bashments
basho
bashy
bashyle
basi-
basialis
basialveolar
basibregmatic axis
basic
basic amino acid

Literary usage of Bashlik

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1843)
"He was clad in the Circassian dress: the water trickled down his bourka and bashlik. * Without any apologies, he threw ¡ton the ..."

2. American Journal of Archaeology by Archaeological Institute of America (1891)
"The foot-soldier has an almost black complexion; on his head is a white cap similar to a Persian bashlik, ..."

3. Central Asia and Tibet by Sven Anders Hedin (1903)
"The French traveller wore a long red cloak, with a bashlik (hood) of the same colour, and looked like a Lamaist pilgrim. A warm shake of the hand, ..."

4. A Manual of Practical Hygiene by Edmund Alexander Parkes (1878)
"A hood might abo be added with advantage. In countries with cold winds they are a great comfort. Or the Russian bashlik might be introduced ; it is a most ..."

5. Free Russia by William Hepworth Dixon (1870)
"Every man has a pair of strong boots, a good overcoat, a bashlik for his head. His rations are much improved ; good beef is weighed to him ; and he is not ..."

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