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Definition of the noun Duar

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  1. A camp or village of tents in an Arabic country.


Duar is a large village in Koch County, Unity State, South Sudan. It is on the main oil road leading south from Bentiu, and is close to the Thar Jath Central Processing Facility in the Block 5A oil concession.

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Google previewChildren of Deh Koh (1997)

Young Life in an Iranian Village by Erika Friedl

Duar means girl; suffixed with a possessive marker it means daughter. Duar is the female equivalent of ...

Google previewThe Plays and Poems of William Shakspeare, in Sixteen Volumes. Collated Verbatim with the Most Authentick Copies, and Revised: with the Corrections and Illustrations of Various Commentators; to which are Added, an Essay on the Chronological Order of His Plays; an Essay Relative to Shakspeare and Jonson; a Dissertation on the Three Parts of King Henry 6. An Historical Account of the English Stage, and Notes; by Edmond Malone (1794)

Volume the fourth containing Comedy of errors. Much ado about nothing. Love's labour's lost. A midsummer-night's dream by William Shakespeare

behind tlu- duar is a common expression, and a common practice in large,old houses; where the doors of halls and gallenes are thrown backward, and seldom or never sh'ut. FARMER. 5 Though the ban/se giwglimmcring [l'g/JtJ ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Sikhism (over 1000 Entries) (2000)

by H. S. Singha

Dasam duar has been used at a number of places in the Adi Granth. It seems to have come from the tan trie...

Sikhism accepts dasam duar as the tenth gateway which opens into the abode of God. Dasam duara agam apara, param purakh ki ...

Google previewInternational Encyclopaedia Of Himalayas (5 Vols. Set) (2008)

by Ramesh Chandra Bisht

The Duar plains a northern extension of the Bengal- Assam plains of India extend from 12 to 16 km into Bhutan. Many streams originate in the foothills and flow for a short distance before disappearing underground in the porous gravelly and ...

Google previewGrammar and Dictionary of the Dakota Language (1851)

Dictionary of the Dakota language. II by Stephen Return Riggs

Duar Prur. 3 . Szng. 3. baksaksa bayziksaksa bawéksaksa baanksaksa baksr'iksapi . bayaksaksapi . baunksaksapi boksaksa . boyéksaksa . bowéksaksa boi'mksaksa boksaksapi . boyziksaksapi . bounksaksapi kaksfiksa yakaksaksa ...

Google previewKhasi-English Dictionary (1906)

by Nissor Singh, Philip Richard Thornhagh Gurdon

Duar, ka, n. a door, an opening, a hat ; a mart. [Imit. duar-ka lynti.] Dubasia, u, q. an interpreter. *Dubi, n. a dhobi or washerman. Duk, a. poor, needy. [Imit. or ka duk-ka pap.] *Dukan, ka, n. a 'shop, hazaar.

Google previewEncyclopaedia of North-East India (2001)

by Hamlet Bareh

According to Gait, "East of Bhutan Duars of Darrang is another known as Koriapura Duar, which was held by certain Bhutia Chiefs called Sat Rajas, where hills form front of the province of Tawang, an outlying dependency of Lhasa. Here also ...

Google previewReverse English Dictionary (1999)

Based on Phonological and Morphological Principles by Gustav Muthmann

AE m'duar v endure BE...

Google previewA New English-Hindustani Dictionary (1883)

With Illustrations from English Literature and Colloquial English, Tr. Into Hindustani by S. W. Fallon

duar; Per. dar from Skr. drl to tear.] 1. on entrance, darvaza; dahllz; dar; bar; guzar; deorhi; chaukhat; duar. An empty door will tempt a saint.

Google previewAn Irish-English Dictionary, Containing Upwards of Twenty Thousand Words that Never Appeared in Any Former Irish Lexicon: with Copious Quotations from the Most Esteemed Ancient and Modern Writers, to Elucidate the Meaning of Obscure Words and Numerous Comparisons ... ; to which is Annexed, a Compendious Irish Grammar. By Edward O'Reilly (1821)

", анааhobair, s, hard labour Ч*e, duar, s. a dwelling-house 9uas, duagh, s. m. fatigi - Оualé ", анgue, ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica, Or Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature (1857)

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Nau Italamh, Thallamh, Talu Gaelic Neamh Talamh, Dtalmhuin Manks Niau Tallu Walden Neambh Talmhin Cimbric Welsh Nefoedd, Nef Ddaear Cornish Neau, Nev Nore Brittanish Eon, Euff Duar, Dovar 13. Etruscan (Bread, Puni, Urtu) 14.

Google previewThe Chambers Dictionary (1998)

duar</<w'a>, n a circular Arab encampment or tent village. — Also douar or dowar. [Ar duar] duarchy. See under dual. dub1 dub, vt to confer knighthood upon (from the ceremony of striking the shoulders with the flat of a sword); ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Law of Scotland (1815)

Intended for the Use of the Public at Large, as Well as of the Profession by Robert Bell, Sir John Skene

Quarentena vi- " duar. Dotn. feodi or feudi," is called the Lord of the ground, or land,— " li. 2. c. Usurarii 53." Quhair " feodum et hsereditas," ar baith ane, '* et «' hsereditas damnati propter crimen, dicitur pertinere ad dominum feodi, " tanquam ...

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