Definition of Khazen

1. hazzan [n -ZENS or -ZENIM] - See also: hazzan



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Khazen

khansamas
khanum
khanums
khaph
khaphs
kharaelakhite
kharif
kharifs
khat
khatchkar
khatris
khats
khatyrkite
khaya
khayas
khazen (current term)
khazenim
khazens
khazi
khazis
kheda
khedah
khedahs
khedas
khediva
khedival
khedivas
khedive
khedives
khedivial

Literary usage of Khazen

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1. Dr. William Smith's Dictionary of the Bible: Comprising Its Antiquities by William George Smith, Horatio Balch Hackett, Ezra Abbot (1888)
"... to khazen, who, however, quotes several earlier writers on tbe subject. Mohammed himself is said to have beca versed in medicines und to ..."

2. Three Years in the East: Being the Substance of a Journal Written During a by George Robinson (1837)
"It was here, or rather in this neighbourhood, that khazen, the Maronite damsel, whose life and extravagancies Volney has given an account of, resided about ..."

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