Crossword clues for souk
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Arab bazaar, 1826, from French souk, from Arabic suq "marketplace."
n. (alternative spelling of souq English)
n. an open-air market in an Arabian city
Usage examples of "souk".
They passed through bazaars and crowded souks where the merchants displayed their stocks.
They had visited the sights of Ankh-Morpork, its crowded docks, its many bridges, its souks, its casbahs, its streets lined with nothing but temples.
He nodded and we plunged into the maelstrom that swirled around the dark mouth of the covered way that led down into the first of the souks.