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Definition of Jerrid
1. jereed [n -S] - See also: jereed
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Literary usage of Jerrid
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1. Letters from the East: Written During a Recent Tour Through Turkey, Egypt by JOHN. CARNE (1826)
"In a small valley below were the combatants with the jerrid. The wild Turkish music struck up, and the game was warmly engaged in. ..."
2. Recollections of Travels in the East: Forming a Continuation of the Letters by John Carne (1830)
"This was his daily morning pastime and exercise, and he excelled in it greatly, being an admirable horseman; and again and again his jerrid struck his ..."