Definition of Nizamate

1. the territory of a nizam [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nizamate

nivation
niveous
nix
nixe
nixed
nixer
nixers
nixes
nixies
nixing
nixtamal
nixtamalization
nixy
nizam
nizamate (current term)
nizamates
nizams
nizatidine
nizzles
njovera
nka
nkat
nm
nmu
no'm
no(a)
no-
no-account

Literary usage of Nizamate

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1. The Marquis of Dalhousie's Administration of British India by Edwin Arnold (1865)
"... with a few other jewels picked out of the territory of the old nizamate. It is some of the best soil in India: the ..."

2. Madras (1908)
"... their capture of Madras (1746), 20, 502; restored by Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle, 20, 502; fresh conflicts with English over succession to nizamate and ..."

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