Definition of Ihrams
1. ihram [n] - See also: ihram
Lexicographical Neighbors of Ihrams
ihrams (current term)
Literary usage of Ihrams
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Three Years in Constantinople: Or, Domestic Manners of the Turks in 1844 by Charles White (1846)
"The ends are ornamented with gold fringe, and the price varies from ninety to two hundred piastres. These ihrams are sometimes spread over divans, ..."
2. Travels in Arabia by Bayard Taylor (1874)
"... to implore blessings from above, while the assembled multitudes around and before him waved the skirts of their ihrams over their heads and rent the air ..."
3. The History of Arabia: Ancient and Modern by Andrew Crichton (1868)
"The natives of Hejaz, and the Turkish soldiers, spent the time in conversing and joking, and imitating the waving of the ihrams by violent gestures as if in ..."
4. The Lives of Celebrated Travelers by James Augustus St. John (1832)
"... forth his arms to implore blessings from above ; while the assembled multitudes around and before him waved the skirts of their ihrams over their heads, ..."
5. The Menageries.: Quadrupeds, Described and Drawn from Living Subjects by James Rennie, William Ogilby, Charles Knight (1829)
"During the wavings of the ihrams, the side of the mountain, thickly-crowded as it was by the people in their white garments, had the appearance of a ..."
6. A System of Geography, Popular and Scientific: Or A Physical, Political, and by James Bell (1832)
"... waved th.. skirts of their ihrams over their heads, and rent the air with shouts uf ... of the ihrams, ..."
7. Travels in Arabia: Comprehending an Account of Those Territories in Hedjaz by John Lewis Burckhardt (1829)
"During the wavings of the ihrams, the side of the mountain, thickly crowded as it was by the people in their white garments, had the appearance of a ca- ..."