Definition of Mamluk

1. Noun. (alternative form of mameluke) ¹



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Definition of Mamluk

1. mameluke [n -S] - See also: mameluke

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mamluk

mamillary
mamillary bodies
mamillary body
mamillary ducts
mamillary line
mamillary process
mamillary tubercle
mamillary tubercle of hypothalamus
mamillate
mamillated
mamillation
mamilliform
mamillotegmental fasciculus
mamillothalamic fasciculus
mamillothalamic tract
mamluk (current term)
mamluks
mamma
mamma's boy
mamma accessoria
mamma bear
mamma bears
mamma erratica
mamma masculina
mamma mia
mamma virilis
mammae
mammal
mammal-like reptile
mammal-like reptiles

Literary usage of Mamluk

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1. The Story of Cairo by Stanley Lane-Poole (1906)
"Yet the age of the mamluk Sultans was the Saturnian age of Mohammedan Egypt in art and also in literature. For it must not be forgotten that some of the ..."

2. The Modern History and Condition of Egypt: Its Climate, Diseases, and by William Holt Yates (1843)
"... CHAPTER X. CAIRO—THE BRITISH CONSULATE—TURKISH NOTIONS OP FRANKS OSMAN THE mamluk—HUMAN LIFE THE EXILE — MESSRS. ..."

3. Chamber's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge (1889)
"It was razed, and rebuilt farther inland on the site it now occupies, by the mamluk sultan .... mamluk ..."

4. Cairo: Sketches of Its History, Monuments, and Social Life by Stanley Lane-Poole (1898)
"... that survives to commemorate the rule of the Fatimy Khalifs. Side by side, in the Coppersmith's Bazar, stand the three mosques of the mamluk Sultans ..."

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