Definition of Mamelukes

1. Noun. (plural of mameluke) ¹



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Definition of Mamelukes

1. mameluke [n] - See also: mameluke

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mamelukes

mambas
mambo
mamboed
mamboes
mamboing
mambos
mamee
mamees
mamelon
mamelonated
mamelonation
mamelons
mameluco
mamelucos
mameluke
mamelukes (current term)
mamenchisaur
mamenchisaurs
mamey
mamey sapote
mameyes
mameys
mamgabey
mamie
mamies
mamil-
mamilla
mamillae
mamillar
mamillare

Literary usage of Mamelukes

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1. The Historians' History of the World: A Comprehensive Narrative of the Rise by Henry Smith Williams (1907)
"The Hospitallers chased back the mamelukes, and even forced them headlong into the ... The mamelukes gave their Christian brothers a church, an exchange, ..."

2. The History of the French Revolution by Adolphe Thiers, Frederic Shoberl (1866)
"The mamelukes liad lost their best horsemen by the fire or by the water. ... In execution of his scheme of succeeding to the rights of the mamelukes, ..."

3. The Historians' History of the World: A Comprehensive Narrative of the Rise by Henry Smith Williams (1909)
"The Hospitallers chased back the mamelukes, and even forced them headlong into the ... The mamelukes gave their Christian brothers a church, an exchange, ..."

4. The New American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana (1861)
"They were called the Bahree mamelukes, or mamelukes of the river, because they were first lodged and trained on an island in the Nile. ..."

5. Curious Questions in History, Literature, Art, and Social Life: Designed as by Sarah Hutchins Killikelly (1886)
"THE mamelukes. The mamelukes were a body of soldiers who ruled Egypt f°r several ... The mamelukes were very fine cavalry soldiers; and when Napoleon saw ..."

6. The Mameluke or Slave dynasty of Egypt 1260-1517 A.D. by William Muir (1896)
"UNDER Ottoman rule, the mamelukes still maintained their A.«. ... The head of the mamelukes came to be called Sheikh ul Beled, or " Chief of the Land"; ..."

7. The Travels of Ludovico Di Varthema in Egypt, Syria, Arabia Deserta and by Lodovico de Varthema, John Winter Jones, George Percy Badger (1863)
"The lord over them is the Grand Sultan,3 who is served by the mamelukes, and the mamelukes are lords over the Moors. THE CHAPTER CONCERNING BARUTI,4 TRIPOLI ..."

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