Definition of Musjids
1. musjid [n] - See also: musjid
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Musjids
Literary usage of Musjids
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Under the Absolute Amir by Frank A. Martin (1907)
"... as God-stricken—Sayid and Hafiz—Beggars and alms—Stoning to death for religous offences—Prayers—Punishments for not knowing prayers —musjids—Ramazan and ..."
2. Kelantan; a State of the Malay Peninsula: A Handbook of Information by Walter Armstrong Graham (1908)
"There are three musjids, or mosques, in and near the capital. ... questions of inheritance are settled, and a small grant in aid of repairs to the musjids. ..."
3. Manual of Coorg: A Gazetter of the Natural Features of the Country, and the by G Richter (1870)
"... arc but 5 small musjids in Coorg, erected by the Mussulmans residing here, whose number does not much exceed one thousand. They are mostly poor people ..."
4. At the Court of Amîr: A Narrative by John Alfred Gray (1895)
"Mosques, or, as they are called, musjids, are numerous in Kabul. ... In the larger musjids there is also a pulpit or platform with three steps, ..."
5. The Asiatic Annual Register: Or, A View of the History of Hindustan, and of edited by Lawrence Dundas Campbell, E. Samuel (1811)
"Here the lofty dwellings, and the musjids, which not 5O years ago raised their ... The decay of the musjids and other buildings, is greatly accelerated in ..."
6. At the Court of the Amir by John Alfred Gray (1901)
"Mosques, or, as they are called, musjids, are numerous in Kabul. ... In the larger musjids there is also - a pulpit or platform with three steps, ..."