Definition of Shahs

1. Noun. (plural of shah) ¹



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Definition of Shahs

1. shah [n] - See also: shah

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shahs

shagroons
shags
shahada
shahadah
shahdom
shahdoms
shaheed
shaheeds
shaheen
shaheens
shahid
shahids
shahin
shahins
shahs (current term)
shahtoosh
shahtooshes
shahtush
shaik
shaikh
shaikhs
shaiks
shaird
shairds
shairn
shairns
shaitan
shaitans
shaka

Literary usage of Shahs

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1. A History of Persia from the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century to the Year by Robert Grant Watson (1866)
"Relations between the shahs of Persia and the Czars of Georgia—Interference of Russia in Affairs of the Caucasus—Campaign of Peter the Great in ..."

2. A History of Persia from the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century to the Year by Robert Grant Watson (1866)
"Relations between the shahs of Persia and the Czars of Georgia—Interference of Russia in Affairs of the Caucasus—Campaign of Peter the Great in ..."

3. A History of Persia from the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century to the Year by Robert Grant Watson (1866)
"Relations between the shahs of Persia and the Czars of ... the relations which had formerly subsisted between the Czars of Georgia and the shahs of Persia. ..."

4. Life in the Moslem East by Pierre Ponafidine (1911)
"... Imam—Mosque of Gauhar Shad—Sani Nouv—Libraries—Income and Expenses of the Shrine—Miracles— Stones as Pilgrims—Kum—Mosque of Fatima—Grave of the shahs. ..."

5. Abridgement of the History of India from the Earliest Period to the Present Time by John Clark Marshman (1880)
"established the dynasty of the shahs in Surat, on the western coast. They are supposed either to have The shahs been a Parthian tribe, who invaded India ..."

6. The Story of the Greatest Nations: From the Dawn of History to the Twentieth by Edward Sylvester Ellis, Charles Francis Horne (1903)
"1900—The Shah left Teheran in April to visit the European capitals ; an attempt to assassinate him was made, near Paris, August 2. shahs OF PERSIA AD ..."

7. The Coins of the Sháhs of Persia, Safavis, Afgháns, Efsháris, Zands, and Kájárs by British Museum Dept. of Coins and Medals, Reginald Stuart Poole (1887)
"Artistically the coins of the shahs of Persia rival those of the Emperors of Delhi. Less varied in types than those of Akbar and ..."

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