Definition of Fellahin

1. Noun. (plural of fellah) ¹



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Definition of Fellahin

1. fellah [n] - See also: fellah

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fellahin

fell asleep
fell back on
fell back upon
fell in
fell off
fell off the turnip truck
fell out
fell over
fell pregnant
fell short
fell under
fella
fellable
fellah
fellaheen
fellahin (current term)
fellahs
fellar
fellars
fellas

Literary usage of Fellahin

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1. Syria and the Holy Land by George Adam Smith (1918)
"THE NATIVE PEASANTRY OR fellahin OF the human factors which demand the care of a just government none—not even the Jews—have a stronger claim than the ..."

2. Our Journey Around the World: An Illustrated Record of a Year's Travel of by Francis Edward Clark, Harriet Elizabeth Clark (1895)
"... Family of Arabs — The Land of Goshen — Pharaoh and his Prime Minister — Bricks without Straw — The fellahin and How They Live — Their Superstitions—"O, ..."

3. The Land of the Monuments: Notes of Egyptian Travel by Joseph Pollard (1898)
"... of mummies painted on panel—Occupations of the fellahin—Women with water jars —Sandbanks—Bird ..."

4. The Cradle of Christianity: Chapters on Modern Palestine by David Morison Ross (1891)
"... and towns there are two distinct classes of natives—the fellahin and the ... the largest part of the M. Clermont Ganneau argues that the fellahin are ..."

5. A Dictionary of the Bible: Dealing with Its Language, Literature, and by Andrew Bruce Davidson, James Hastings, Samuel Rolles Driver, John Alexander Selbie, Henry Barclay Swete (1908)
"... and fellahin class. The musical clink of the anklets and their ornaments, which to the wearied peasant on the rough mountain path has th > refreshment ..."

6. Mahdiism and the Egyptian Sudan: Being an Account of the Rise and Progress by Francis Reginald Wingate (1891)
"... on the fellahin—The recruit for the new army—The terror of the Sudan service—Sir Evelyn Wood appointed sirdar of the new Egyptian army—The officers who ..."

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