Deir may refer to:
- Deir, Arabic for monastery or convent, for example the Deir el-Muharraq
Usage examples of "deir".
And she glimpsed the woman Dap had rigged with, Deira, and his attraction and growing intimacy with her.
When dese poor white men went to de war, dey left deir little chillun and deir wives in de hands of de darkies dat was kind and de rich wives of our marsters to care fer.
Medinet Habu thus becomes Djamet Temple, Deir el Medina becomes the Place of Truth, the Valley of the Kings becomes the Great Place, and so on.
I would have enjoyed a stroll through Deir el Bahri, or a visit to the temple of Medinet Habu, where the archaeologists from the Oriental Institute were working.
Jeff wukked dem few Niggers so hard dat when dey got to deir cabins at night dey was glad to jus' rest.
Deir ship not come yet, and for a long time we wait in the barracoon wishing dat we could die.
The Maronites did not show as much courage in the field as in the standing committee at Deir el Kamar, but several of the Shehaab princes who headed them, especially the Emir Kais, maintained the reputation of their house and displayed a brilliant courage.
The Abunekeds were the Druse lords of the town of Deir el Kamar, where the majority of the inhabitants were Christian.
Could you believe it, but I was told yesterday at Deir el Kamar, that the English consul has persuaded the Queen that even the patriarch was against the Shehaabs?
The chamber was filled with an invigorating odour as the practised hand of Habas of Deir el Kamar proceeded to the great performance.
Damascus to Deir ez-Zur, always stopped for the night in a hill village about thirty kilometers west of the Pachomian oasis.
Youre an Elenian, so you dont seem to have any problems with this sort of thing, and in Deira were fairly broad-minded about such things, but I dont know that Id let Bevier in on this.
It seems that there was a lot more fighting up in Pelosia and Deira than Bevier read about.
The tent, large enough for twenty soldiers to sleep in, was crowded to the walls with women, wives of nobles and officers, but his eyes quickly found his own wife, Deira, seated on a folding chair in the middle of the carpets that served for a floor, and the numbness faded.
Well, you see, boss, da guys over at Nautical Micrologic needed some material handlin' stuff—just some conveyors an tings—and we needed some of deir stuff, so we made a deal.