Definition of Hanjars
1. hanjar [n] - See also: hanjar
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hanjars
Literary usage of Hanjars
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1857)
"... armed with hanjars, were driven oat with great slaughter. Being pursued by the Aff- ghans beyond the gates, the routed Persians suffered still more ..."
2. The Principles of Sociology by Edward Alsworth Ross (1920)
"hanjars are sharper instruments than crooks; but in the hands of skilful shepherds, crooks can comb out lots of wool. So long :• pasha and primate could ..."
3. Austria, Including Hungary, Transylvania, Dalmatia, and Bosnia: Handbook for by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1900)
"The cases contain ornamented swords, daggers, and Turkish 'hanjars\ At the exit is a cast of the Hofer Monument at Innsbruck, by "Natter. — VI. ..."
4. Austria-Hungary, Including Dalmatia and Bosnia: Including Dalmatia and by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1905)
"In the cases and on the walls are ornamented swords, daggers, and Turkish 'hanjars'. In the centre is a large model of the inner city with its bastions and ..."
5. Specimens of the Popular Poetry of Persia: As Found in the Adventures and by Alexander Chodźko (1842)
"Whosoever of you love me must give a further reward to the gallant victor." The lords present began to untie their cashmire shawls, their hanjars, ..."
6. The United Service Magazine by Arthur William Alsager Pollock (1835)
"... hanjars, and pistols no longc-r glittered in the stalls, and the island seemed fast sinking into its original obscurity : fate, however, had otherwise ..."