Definition of Palikars

1. palikar [n] - See also: palikar



Lexicographical Neighbors of Palikars

palettized
palettizes
palettizing
paleways
palewise
palfrey
palfreyed
palfreys
pali-
palier
paliest
paliette
palification
paliform
palikar
palikars (current term)
palikinesia
palilalia
palilalias
palilalic
palillogies
palillogy
palilogies
palilogy
palimonies
palimony
palimpsested
palimpsesting
palimpsests

Literary usage of Palikars

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

1. Travels in Sicily, Greece and Albania by Thomas Smart Hughes (1820)
"... surrounded by Albanian palikars — Fine Night-scene — Poetical Address to the Acheron — Curious Dream of the Author's — Ascent up the Pass of ..."

2. Turkey Old and New: Historical, Geographical and Statistical by Elizabeth Stone (1880)
"To appreciate their impartiality in the latter respect, it is necessary only to recall the origin of the palikars. In the days of the Byzantine Empire, ..."

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