Definition of Hallalis

1. hallali [n] - See also: hallali



Hallalis Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hallalis

hall
hall effect
hall of fame
hall of mirrors
hall of residence
hall of shame
hall porter
hallachrome
hallage
hallages
hallah
hallahs
hallal
hallali
hallalis (current term)
hallalled
hallaloo
hallaloos
hallals
hallan
hallans
hallels
halleluiah
halleluiahs
halleluja
hallelujah
hallelujahed
hallelujahing
hallelujahs

Literary usage of Hallalis

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1. University Musical Encyclopedia by Louis Charles Elson (1912)
"beer have written (sparingly) for the brass band, but the fanfares and hallalis of war and chase have made their way into every corner of the literature of ..."

2. Lisbon & Cintra: with some account of other cities and historical sites in by A. Cunnick Inchbold (1907)
"From the days of hallalis and royal hunts of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries Cintra has been practically the exclusive property of the nobility of ..."

3. Lisbon & Cintra: With Some Account of Other Cities and Historical Sites in by A. Cunnick Inchbold (1908)
"From the days of hallalis and royal hunts of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries Cintra has been practically the exclusive property of the nobility of ..."

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