Definition of Haiks

1. Noun. (plural of haik) ¹



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Definition of Haiks

1. haik [n] - See also: haik

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Haiks

hai
haick
haicks
haidingerite
haiduc
haiduck
haiducks
haiduk
haiduks
haigerachite
haik
haika
haikai
haikal
haikals
haiks (current term)
haiku
haikulike
haikus
hail
hail-fellow
hail-fellow-well-met
hail and ride
hail fellow well met
hail from
hail storm
hail storms
hailed
hailer
hailers

Literary usage of Haiks

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1. Gunner Jingo's Jubilee by Thomas Bland Strange (1893)
"GIB ONCE MORE—MOORISH haiks AND HIGHLAND KILTS—THE CARNIVAL— " RULE BRITANNIA "—" PLUS ROYALISTE QUE LE Roi "—THE CRIMEA. About the hour of evening gun-fire ..."

2. Daybreak in Turkey by James Levi Barton (1908)
"It is a fact to be noted here that they always refer to themselves not as Armenians but as haiks, and to their country as ..."

3. The Letters of Richard Ford, 1797-1858 by Richard Ford (1905)
"... it being well known that Africa begins at the Pyrenees ; but still the change of turbans for hats, haiks for capas, camels for mules, wild Arabs in ..."

4. The Country of the Moors: A Journey from Tripoli in Barbary to the City of by Edward Rae (1877)
"Men hurry about here with haiks, shawls, and carpets for sale, and soft transparent stuffs made in Djerba and the Djerid. Here is the centre of the Tunis ..."

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