Definition of Kalpak

1. calpac [n -S] - See also: calpac



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kalpak

kalmias
kalmuck
kalokagathia
kalon
kalong
kalongs
kalonji
kalopsia
kalotype
kalotypes
kaloyer
kaloyers
kalpa
kalpac
kalpacs
kalpak (current term)
kalpaks
kalpas
kalpis
kalpises
kalsilite
kalsilites
kalsomine
kalsomined
kalsomines
kalsomining
kalua
kalua pig
kalumpang
kalumpit

Literary usage of Kalpak

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Shores of Lake Aral by Herbert Wood (1876)
"... Kara- kalpak traits—Russian policy with Turkestan races—The leper- woman—Kirghiz on lower Amu—Ethnic affinities of Russia with Asia. ..."

2. The Region of the Eternal Fire: An Account of a Journey to the Petroleum by Charles Thomas Marvin (1884)
"... Pumping Wells—Cost of Sinking a Well—Price of Land at the Oil Fields—The kalpak, or Well-stopper—Storing the Oil—The History of the Oil Fountains during ..."

3. Three Years in Constantinople: Or, Domestic Manners of the Turks in 1844 by Charles White (1846)
"A good kalpak costs from 150 to 200 piastres. The elderly schismatics and a portion of their families rigidly adhere to these caps, but fez are gradually ..."

4. Kosšovo: Heroic Songs of the Serbs by Helen Rootham (1920)
"Near the end was floating this white kalpak. ... waters then I waded And I caught and held this white silk kalpak, For at home I have a younger brother And ..."

5. The London Magazine by John Scott, John Taylor (1824)
"The son of the Prince likewise wears a kalpak, but with this difference, that his banderoll is white instead of red. The ordinary circumference of these ..."

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