Definition of Salim
1. Noun. Venezuelan master terrorist raised by a Marxist-Leninist father; trained and worked with many terrorist groups (born in 1949).
Category relationships: Act Of Terrorism, Terrorism, Terrorist Act
Generic synonyms: Terrorist
Lexicographical Neighbors of Salim
Literary usage of Salim
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. In Darkest Africa Or the Quest Rescue and Retreat of Emin Governor of Equatoria by Henry Morton Stanley (1890)
"... and salim—We tell the rear column of the rich plenty of the Nyanza—\Ve ... and the carriers—salim bin Mohammed—My answer to Tippu-Tib— salim and the ..."
2. In Darkest Africa by Henry Morton Stanley (1890)
"... and salim bin Mohammed visit me—Tippu-Tib, ... and the carriers—salim bin Mohammed—My answer to Tippu-Tib— salim and the ..."
3. Akbar the Great Mogul, 1542-1605 by Vincent Arthur Smith (1919)
"salim, therefore, following many evil precedents in Asiatic history, resolved to anticipate the course of nature, and occupy the imperial throne by force, ..."
4. A Oriental Biographical Dictionary: Founded on Materials Collected by the by Thomas William Beale, Henry George Keene (1881)
"Murad III son of salim II. Muhammad III sou of Murad III. Ahmad I son of Murad III. ... salim III son of Mustafa III. Mustafa IV son of Ahmad IV. ..."
5. Annals and Antiquities of Rajast'han, Or the Central and Western Rajpoot by James Tod (1873)
"Surrounded by the creatures of salim Sing, who, even to their daily dole, ascribe everything to this man's favour, each word, ..."
6. In Darkest Africa: Or, The Quest, Rescue and Retreat of Emin, Governor of by Henry Morton Stanley (1890)
"... and salim bin Mohammed visit me—Tippu-Tib, ... and the carriers—Salini bin Mohammed—My answer to Tippu-Tib— salim and the ..."
7. Biblical Researches in Palestine, and in the Adjacent Regions: A Journal of by Edward Robinson, Eli Smith (1856)
"As one looks towards the plain of salim from the west, a low ky ridge is seen running across its western end, separating it a this part of the ..."