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Definition of the noun sind
What does sind mean as a name of something?
- a region of southeastern Pakistan
- lexical domain: Locations - nouns denoting spatial position
- more generic words: part / region = the extended spatial location of something
- part of: Islamic Republic of Pakistan / Pakistan / West Pakistan = a Muslim republic that occupies the heartland of ancient south Asian civilization in the Indus River valley; formerly part of India
- Sind a.k.a. Sindh is one of the four provinces of Pakistan and historically home to the Sindhi people. It is also locally known as the "Mehran". The name "Sindh" is derived from the Sanskrit "Sindhu", a reference to the Indus River that passes almost through the middle of the entire province. This river was known to the ancient Iranians in Avestan as Hindu, in Sanskrit as Sindhu, to Assyrians as Sinda, to the Persians as Ab-e-sind, to the Greeks as Indos, to the Romans as Indus, to the Pashtuns as Abasind, to the Arabs as Al-Sind, to the Chinese as Sintow, and to the Javanese as Santri.
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- Sind a.k.a. Sind Province: Sindh was a province of British India from 1936 to 1947 and Pakistan from 1947 to 1955. Under the British, it encompassed the current territorial limits excluding the princely state of Khairpur with the capital at Karachi. After Pakistan's creation, the province lost the city of Karachi, as it became the capital of the newly created country.
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"Sind" is a composition.
- music by Walter Donaldson
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Report of the Indian Central Committee, 1928-29 by India. Indian Central Committee, Sir Chettur Sankaran Nair
Sind is a small area, even smaller than Assam , which is the smallest existing Province in India. Its area is only 47,000 square miles as ...
South Asian Archaeology 1975 (1979)
Papers from the Third International Conference of the Association of South Asian Archaeologists in Western Europe Held in Paris by J. E. Van Lohuizen-De Leeuw
Plates 70-90 Sind is the delta of one of Asia's great rivers — a region which in the past seems to have been far more fertile and rich than nowadays judging by ancient reports and archaeological evidence. In addition, this delta area is situated ...
by Panos Karagiorgos
Die ältesten Sprichwörtersammlungen sind um 2500 v. Chr. im Alten Ägypten zu finden. Auf König Salomon von Israel sind ungefähr 900 Sprichwörter zurückzuführen, die eines der Bücher des Alten Testaments bilden. Der Erste jedoch, der ...
Dictionary Catalog of the G. Robert Vincent Voice Library at Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan (1790)
by Vincent (G. Robert) Voice Library
Laß indes, sen diese Kamaschen, welche nur bis nngefehr auf die Half« t« der Waden reichen, weit bequemer sind, wie die vor» herigen, welche bis über die Knie reichten , hac seine gu, te Richtigkeit; jedoch wären die Stieflctten weit leqne» ...
Selected papers from the 12th International Symposium on Lexicography, Copenhagen 2004 by Henrik Gottlieb, Jens Erik Mogensen
In diesem Beitrag geht es um die grammatischen Angaben in diesem Wörterbuch ; es wird nicht nur erläutert, wie diese inhaltlich in Abhängigkeit vom Prinzip der Korpusbasiertheit gestaltet sind, sondern auch, wie sie modelliert wurden.
A Comprehensive Reference Book
SINDH, or SCINDE (sind), a Sind, province of British India, in the northern part of the presidency of Bombay. It consists of the lower valley and delta of the Indus, and is bounded on the west and northwest by Baluchistan and Afghanistan; ...
by Elmar Waibl
XXIII VORWORT Wir sind uns darüber im klaren, daß asp für asiatische Philosophie von den anderen Zuordnungen kategorial abweicht. Weil aus westlicher Perspektive die Herkunft der Fachtermini der asiatischen Philosophie häufig schwer ...
Encyclopedia of the Stateless Nations: Ethnic and National Groups Around the World A-Z [4 Volumes] (2002)
by James B. Minahan
Sind later came under the control of Turkic peoples and in the fourteenth century became part of India's Mughal Empire.
The British authorities added the conquered Sind states to the British province of Bombay. In 1861, with ...
by George Watt
lb From Sind . . . . . . . . . 1,479,998 It will thus be observed that of the Bombay coastwise imports in Indian wool, the Native State of Kattywar is by far the most important source ...
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ESL TV Special (04.08.2008) - Die Neuen sind da!
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Quotes about Sind
Tak, kjære, unge Ven, for hver en Dag,
De lod mig læse Deres Hjertelag!
Det lyste Solskin ind i Sind og Stue.
Og da De er den bedste Reisemand,
Saa følg mig nu i Eventyrets Land,
Og see, hvad Gud i Naade lod mig skue! (Hans Christian Andersen)
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Scrabble value of S1I1N1D2
The value of this 4-letter word is 5 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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