Definition of Tirich mir

1. Noun. A mountain in the Hindu Kush in Pakistan (25,230 feet high).




Lexicographical Neighbors of Tirich Mir

Tinseltown
Tintoretto
Tipler cylinder
Tipler cylinders
Tipperary
Tippex
Tipuana
Tipulidae
Tir
Tirana
Tiranan
Tiranans
Tiraspol
Tiresias
Tirich Mir
Tirnavos
Tirol
Tironian
Tirpitz
Tirso de Molina
Tirthankara
Tiruchchirappalli
Tirzah
Tiselius apparatus
Tiselius electrophoresis cell
Tish
Tisha
Tisha b'Ab
Tisha b'Av

Literary usage of Tirich mir

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

1. A Sketch of the Geography and Geology of the Himalaya Mountains and Tibet by Sidney Gerald Burrard, Henry Hubert Hayden (1907)
"The Panjshir river drains a great length of the trough and passes through the southern range to the Indus, f West of the peaks of tirich mir a portion of ..."

2. A Sketch of the Geography and Geology of the Himalaya Mountains and Tibet by Sidney Gerald Burrard, Henry Hubert Hayden (1908)
"The Panjshir river drains a great length of the trough and passes through the southern range to the Indus.f West of the peaks of tirich mir a portion of the ..."

3. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1905)
"But whether lying under hills of green ice, or kept in bondage by the fairy folk of tirich mir, certain it is that he would never again be ..."

4. The Káfirs of the Hindu-Kush by George Scott Robertson (1896)
"She thereupon assumed her proper shape, came down amongst them, and subsequently entertained them all at 1 tirich mir is a sacred mountain. ..."

5. A Sketch of the Geography and Geology of the Himalaya Mountains and Tibet by Sidney Gerald Burrard, Henry Hubert Hayden (1907)
"tirich mir. Snow forms a thick unbroken covering over tirich mir, and gives to the peak a rounded rather than a pointed top. The patches of naked rock, ..."

6. Proceedings by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain), Norton Shaw, Francis Galton, William Spottiswoode, Clements Robert Markham, Henry Walter Bates, John Scott Keltie (1881)
"The height of tirich mir, which is close to the ... and others have been seen not far west of tirich mir which cannot differ by many thousand feet. ..."

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