Definition of Nazirs
1. nazir [n] - See also: nazir
Lexicographical Neighbors of Nazirs
Literary usage of Nazirs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Egypt by James Carlile McCoan, Wilfred C. Lay (1902)
"... Mamours, nazirs, and Sheikhs-el-Beled—The Chamber of Delegates—Character of Egyptian Officials BASED on the treaties, firmans, and accomplished facts ..."
2. The Weekly Reporter by David Sutherland, India High Court (Calcutta, India), Great Britain Privy Council. Judicial Committee (1892)
"As to the rate of increment to the progressive pay of nazirs of the Civil Courts in Bengal, I am to state that the Governor- General in Council is pleased ..."
3. Village Life in Egypt: With Sketches of the Säid by Bayle St. John (1852)
"... and Alleys— Description of a respectable Dwelling—Residences of nazirs—Grain-stores—Fellah Borough when complete —Names of Places—Internal Arrangements ..."
4. Egypt as it is: With a Map, Taken from the Most Recent Survey by James Carlile McCoan (1877)
"... Mamours, nazirs, and Sheikhs-el-Beled—The Chamber of Delegates—Character of Egyptian Officials. BASED on the treaties, firmans, and accomplished facts ..."
5. Constructions of the Sudder Dewanee Adawlut: Lower and N. W. Provinces by Bengal (India). Sadr dīwānī'adālat, Charles Thomas Buckland (1856)
"The Court had before determined, (on the 2nd of August, 1803,) that the nazirs of Civil Courts were not liable to pay the amount of sums due from persons ..."