Definition of Heyduck
1. haiduk [n -S] - See also: haiduk
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Literary usage of Heyduck
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Pamphlets ...: Diplomatic Review Series] by David Urquhart (1843)
"He answered, " The Turk can forgive the heyduck ; but when the Turks return, who can forgive the Knez ?" They then proposed Cara George, ..."
2. Nature by Norman Lockyer, Nature Publishing Group (1875)
"... Chaperon, heyduck, and Robinson then made some communications on Phylloxera. The Minister for Agriculture and Commerce has placed more funds at the ..."
3. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1852)
"... :—He was built of tin, painted black, and stood like a heyduck, or Ethiopean chasseur, on the foot-board of a carriage, fastened by his feet and bauds. ..."
4. A History of England Principally in the Seventeenth Century by Leopold von Ranke (1875)
"... like one of those heyduck chiefs who rise in Turkey against the established order of things, the right of which they do not recognise, had come down ..."