Definition of Hedjaz

1. Noun. A coastal region of the western Arabian Peninsula bordering on the Red Sea; includes both Mecca and Medina; formerly an independent kingdom until it united with Nejd to form the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hedjaz

Hecate Strait
Hecht
Hecht's pneumonia
Heck's disease
Hector
Hector Berlioz
Hector Hevodidbon
Hector Hugh Munro
Hectour
Hedelfinger
Hedeoma pulegioides
Hedera
Hedera helix
Hedgecock
Hedgecox
Hedjaz
Hedstrom
Hedstrom file
Hedwig
Hedysarum
Hedysarum boreale
Hedysarum coronarium
Heegaard
Heegaard decomposition
Heegaard decompositions
Heegaard splitting
Heegaard splittings
Heerfordt
Heerfordt's disease
Hef

Literary usage of Hedjaz

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1. The American Journal of International Law by American Society of International Law (1919)
"The hedjaz The hedjaz is a rich country fronting on the Red Sea, with a population of 300000, containing the cities of Mecca and Medina, and claims to have ..."

2. The Literary Digest History of the World War: Compiled from Original and (1919)
"As head of one of the two principal families in the hedjaz, and of the tribe of the ... His tribesmen and dependents held property all over the hedjaz, ..."

3. The Adventures of the Fourteen Points: Vivid and Dramatic Episodes of the by Harry Hansen (1919)
"Only a few years before the war hedjaz was a vilayet in western Arabia, known principally for its ... To-day hedjaz is spoken of as an independent kingdom, ..."

4. The Adventures of the Fourteen Points: Vivid and Dramatic Episodes of the by Harry Hansen (1919)
"Only a few years before the war hedjaz was a vilayet in western Arabia, known principally for its ... To-day hedjaz is spoken of as an independent kingdom, ..."

5. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1829)
"I.—Travels in Arabia, comprehending an Account of those Territories in hedjaz which the Mohammedans regard an ..."

6. Universal Geography: Or, a Description of All Parts of the World, on a New by Conrad Malte-Brun (1826)
"... Maan, and others, situated in fertile Oa- hedjaz. ses, in the midst of hedjaz, a country somewhat less desert than the neighbourhood of Sinai. ..."

7. From the Nile to Nebo: A Discussion of the Problem and the Route of the Exodus by Franklin Evans Hoskins (1912)
"The ostensible purpose of the railway is given in its name, the hedjaz Pilgrimage Railway, and the final plan includes the joining ..."

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