Definition of Bayat
1. Noun. An oath of allegiance to an emir.
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Literary usage of Bayat
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Supplementary Papers by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) (1890)
"The topography of the bayat valley must detain us a little. ... fortress about two miles west of bayat. f It is mentioned by Anna Comnena (XV., vol. n., p. ..."
2. The Eye-witnesses' Account of the Disastrous Russian Campaign Against the by Charles [Thomas] Marvin (1880)
"On the lower level was the narrow river winding through a jungle of tamarisk and reeds. A pleasant contrast to the monotony of the desert at bayat ..."
3. The India directory, for the guidance of commanders of steamers and sailing by Alfred Dundas Taylor, James Horsburgh (1874)
"At J m. to S. of bayat-ibn- ... At the S. end of bayat-ibu- ... where the extensive reef, called bayat Dimnah, commences: thence it is low and sandy as far ..."
4. Indonesia: Sumatra, Java, Bali, Lombok, Sulawesi by David E. Henley (2000)
"After honoring the lord of bayat and reordering the ... The gates at bayat, 30 kilometers east of Yogyakarta. still bear witness to this moment in Javanese ..."
5. History of Bokhara from the Earliest Period Down to the Present: Composed by Ármin Vámbéry (1873)
"Of the latter class bayat Kara, the chief of the ... When he was in difficulties bayat Kara promised to appear wrapt in a shroud, with bow and sword hanging ..."
6. The India Directory: Or, Directions for Sailing to and from the East Indies by James Horsburgh (1852)
"bayat, or Orange Island, about 2 leagues NW of Grafton Island, is between 2 or bayat and 3 leagues in extent North and South, of an even appearance, ..."