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Definition of Izzat
1. public esteem [n -S]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Izzat
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Literary usage of Izzat
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. At the Court of Amîr: A Narrative by John Alfred Gray (1895)
"THE LEVEE ON NEW YEAR'S DAY. The Mahomedan New Year's Eve. Presents. The " izzat" medal. Coinage of Afghanistan: Rupees: Pice: the "Tilla. ..."
2. Life in the Mofussil; Or, The Civilian in Lower Bengal by G. Graham (1878)
"izzat " ACCIDENT AT COURT.—INVESTED WITH FULL POWERS.—A NATIVE NOBLEMAN. HOWEVER my importance became real some few days afterwards, for on the 13th of ..."
3. At the Court of the Amir by John Alfred Gray (1901)
"CHAPTER XVIII THE LEVEE ON NEW YEAR's DAY The Mahometan New Year's Eve. Presents. The " izzat" medal- Coinage of Afghanistan: Rupees: Pice: the "Tilla. ..."
4. An Oriental Biographical Dictionary by Thomas William Beale, Henry George Keene (1894)
"'izzat (CI/HC), poetical name of San- gham Lai, which sec. 'izzat (d-"Ji:), poetical title ... 'izzat (ij^ij-c), poetical appellation of Shaikh Wajih-uddin. ..."
5. Glossary Hindústání & English to the New Testament and Psalms by Cotton Mather (1861)
"'izzat, sf honour, glory, respect : in Luke 14. 10, warship. ... izzat o hur- mat, honour and glory. — 'izzat pana, to have honour, be honoured. ..."