Definition of Padshah

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



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Padshah

padnag
padnags
padouk
padouks
padow
padres
padri
padrone
padrones
padroni
padronism
padronisms
pads
padsaw
padsaws
padshah (current term)
padshahs
paduak
paduasoies
paduasoy
paduasoys
paducahs
paean
paeanism
paeanisms
paeans
paecilomyces
paeciloycosis
paedagogic
paedagogical

Literary usage of Padshah

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1. Through Asia by Sven Anders Hedin (1899)
"CHAPTER XXXVII THE SHRINE OF ORDAN padshah MARCH grn. With the view of employing profitably the time while my men were away, I decided to visit the shrine ..."

2. A History of India Under the Two First Sovereigns of the House of Taimur by William Erskine (1854)
"... who was a princess of the ancient royal family of that little kingdom. It was at this time that Baber assumed the title of padshah, or Emperor. ..."

3. Chinese Central Asia: A Ride to Little Tibet by Henry Lansdell (1893)
"... padshah on the east. The general character of the country, according to Forsyth, is arid desert, with here and there small saline pools, ..."

4. Chinese Central Asia: A Ride to Little Tibet by Henry Lansdell (1894)
"... padshah on the east. The general character of the country, according to Forsyth, is arid desert, with here and there small saline pools, ..."

5. Sand-buried Ruins of Khotan: Personal Narrative of a Journey of by Aurel Stein (1904)
"... -padshah. ON the morning of the 4th of September, I was ready to take the field again. The five weeks of refreshing rest at Kashgar had passed so fast ..."

6. A Catalogue Raisonnée [sic] of Oriental Manuscripts in the Library of the by William Taylor (1862)
"In consequence, the padshah sent a detachment of troops to demand the stated revenue; but the officer was put off with various excuses. ..."

7. The English Factories in India, 1618-1621: A Calendar of Documents in the by William Foster (1906)
"... Basha Dama' [Muhammad padshah Damad]. ' Lett Your Lordship know that the ... padshah ..."

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