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Alternative clues for the word khan
Turkish for "ruler"
Hayworth's royal hubby
Old Asian ruler
Marco Polo associate
Wrathful foe of Captain Kirk
Kirk's foe in a "Star Trek" sequel
"Star Trek" villain
Villainous role for MontalbГЎn
"Star Trek II" villain
Head of a Tatar group
Title villain of a "Star Trek" film
___ Academy (means of online education)
An inn in some Eastern countries with a large courtyard that provides accommodation for caravans
Aga ___, Moslem leader
Genghis or Aga
Asian title of respect
Mongol emperor Kublai
Title that's a homophone of 13-Down
Wrathful one in a "Star Trek" sequel
Word definitions for khan in dictionaries
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES Khan, Amir EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS ▪ It is time for us to take our cue from Buku khan and tackle the linguistic landscape of the Tarim Basin. ▪ Some, like the notable khans of Aleppo, still survive today.
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Cham \Cham\ (k[a^]m), n. [See Khan .] The sovereign prince of Tartary; -- now usually written khan . --Shak.
Word definitions in Wiktionary
Etymology 1 n. 1 After Genghis Khan, a ruler over various Turkish, Tatar and Mongol peoples in the Middle Ages. 2 An Ottoman sultan. 3 A noble or man of rank in various Muslim countries of Central Asia, including Afghanistan. Etymology 2 n. A caravanserai;...
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
c.1400, from Turkic, literally "lord, prince," contraction of khaqan "ruler, sovereign." Known in Europe since 13c.; compare Medieval Latin chanis , Greek kanes , Old French chan .
Word definitions in WordNet
n. a title given to rulers or other important people in Asian countries an inn in some Eastern countries with a large courtyard that provides accommodation for caravans [syn: caravansary , caravanserai , caravan inn ]
Word definitions in Wikipedia
Khan , Kahn (; ; Azerbaijani : xan ; Ottoman : han ; Old Turkic : , kaɣan ; Chinese : 可汗, kèhán ; Goguryeo : 皆, key ; Silla : 干, kan ; Baekje : 瑕, ke ; Manchu : , Pashto : خان , Balochi : خان Hindi : ख़ान; Nepali : खाँ Bengali : খ়ান; Bulgarian : хан, Chuvash...
Usage examples of khan.
Shere Khan was always crossing his path in the jungle, for as Akela grew older and feebler the lame tiger had come to be great friends with the younger wolves of the Pack, who followed him for scraps, a thing Akela would never have allowed if he had dared to push his authority to the proper bounds.
When they were all gathered together, Shere Khan began to speak--a thing he would never have dared to do when Akela was in his prime.
Khan turned away from his view of the city to behold, to his surprise and dismay, the Lady Ament striding toward him across the rampart.
Now I observed lines of priests wrapped in great capes, kneeling upon the face of the rock and engaged apparently in prayer, but of Hes the Mother, or of Atene, or of the corpse of the dead Khan I could see nothing.
There, too, standing near to her were the Khania Atene and her uncle the old Shaman, who looked but ill at ease, and lastly, stretched upon his funeral couch, the fiery light beating upon his stark form and face, lay the dead Khan, Rassen.
When did you first know, bahadur, that it was Ali Khan, not I, who had been taken prisoner?
Surajah Dowlat, and, with the same ceremony, to substitute Ali Khan in his room, who was publicly acknowledged by the people as suba, or viceroy, of the provinces of Bengal, Banar, and Orixa.
Akbar Khan rode off alone to a nearby village, while the two daffadars prepared a frugal meal of chapattis and dried fish and fed and watered the weary bullocks.
They left as they had come, the daffadars driving the bullock cart, and Akbar Khan riding ahead of them on his swaybacked country-bred horse, his turbaned head held high.
Gray half expected more darklings to move out of the shadows at them, and the Khan, at his waist, almost vibrated with eagerness, but .
In theory, there should have been nothing the meddling American could do to derail Gomorrah, but Khan was not inclined to take chances where Seven was concerned.
So now, at a hint from Nana Sahib, the Dewan seized upon Ajeet, voicing a righteous indignation at his crime of decoity, and gave him the alternative of being strangled with a bow-string or forcing the Gulab to go to the camp of Amir Khan to betray him.
And he had known his Amir Khan well when he had told the Dewan that the fierce Pindari was gentle enough when it came to a matter of feminine beauty, for Bootea made an impression.
And, Dewani, this restless cuss, Amir Khan, might make a treaty with the English any time.
Und efen if der Great Khan iss dead, they are going first to conquer Italy and Burgundy and France and eferything.