Definition of Simurghs
1. simurgh [n] - See also: simurgh
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Simurghs
Literary usage of Simurghs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Italy: With Sketches of Spain and Portugal by William Beckford (1834)
"... queen of the Genii, as seated on a golden chariot drawn by ten simurghs; whose wings extended wide as the earth-shading bir,* and whose talons resembled ..."
2. The Philadelphia Monthly Magazine by Isaac Clarkson Snowden, B. R. Evans (1828)
"... and griffins of the famous simurghs of the Persians. Equally apparent is it, that the indubitable chronicles of Geoffrey of Monmouth, ..."
3. A Winter's Journey (Tâtar), from Constantinople to Tehran: With Travels by James Baillie Fraser (1838)
"... in ! a constant funnel for the winds; the very abode of frost; the simurghs' dwelling-place in the icy Deserts of K;\f was not more desolate. ..."