There was one in the compound with his oont-wallah, Abdul Ghaffr; and Khodadad Khan used to beat the oont-wallah on cold mornings to warm himself."
We halted at Ghafsa, which is almost a mass of rubbish filled with dirty people, although there are plenty of springs about, principally hot and mineral waters.
Firishta records several inroads of Mongols in the Panjab during the reign of Ghaiassuddin, in withstanding one of which that King's eldest son was slain; and there are constant indications of their presence in Sind till the end of the century.
NED; +eken+, MD; +ghaik+, NED; +oc+, pt.
We learn from (Sir) C. Macgregor's (1875) Journey through Khorasan (I. p. 127) that the same territory including Ghain or Kain is now called by the analogous name of Tabas-o-Tun.
Auld Robin gray's Ghaist begins 'Right sweetly sang the nightingale,' among my Scotch songs.
Weel-mounted on his gray mare Meg, A better never lifted leg, Tam skelpit on thro' dub and mire, Despising wind and rain and fire; Whiles holding fast his guid blue bonnet, Whiles crooning o'er some auld Scots sonnet, While glow'ring round wi' prudent cares, Lest bogles catch him unawares: Kirk-Alloway was drawing nigh, Whare ghaists and houlets nightly cry.
s., PP; +ghilt+, PP; +ghald+, pt.
If my father were a jackass, I would sell him to purchase Ghalia!'
The principal work carried out by the XXth Corps during the period of concentration consisted in laying the standard gauge line to Imara and opening the station at that place on October 28; prolonging the railway line to a point three-quarters of a mile north-north-east of Karm, where the station was opened on November 3; completing by October 30 the light railway from the east bank of the wadi Ghuzze at Gamli via Karm to Khasif; and developing water at Esani, Malaga, and Abu Ghalyun for the use first by cavalry detachments and then by the 60th Division.
As we were transferring the male Gharial into a female mugger pit, Harry jokingly yelled: "What do you think we will get-a Ghammer?"
The source whence the negroes came was known to be a region below the Sahara which from its yield of gold and ivory was called by the Moors the land of wealth, "Bilad Ghana," a name which on the tongues of European sailors was converted into "Guinea."
My notion is to take their uniforms or just their overcoats, and then walk boldly down to the beach, and tell the chaps there that we have a despatch to take across to Ghanak.'
A Ghandarwa, or heavenly musician, and the dancing master of the Apsarases.
These are the words of the Zoght Dyab ben Ghanem and the fire of illness was lighted in his breast."
Ghaneshyam Babu did not let the matter drop.
Faruskiar and Ghangir and the Mongols have been driven back toward the precious van, which the Chinese guard have not left for an instant.
to which comes the reply "Ghani majha" or "sari majha" (great bliss!).
S3, C3; +gone+, S2; +ghanin+, Prompt.--AS.
The 7th Mounted Brigade was held up for some time in the afternoon by a flanking fire from Ras Ghannam, south of Beersheba, but this was silenced in time to enable the brigade to assist in the occupation of Beersheba at nightfall.
We drove down to Udaipur, where we went boating on the famous lake, saw some more palaces and then to Srilata and Mahendra's second home in Ghantali where we swam in the river behind the house and fished with the village boys.
The names of the invading chiefs have been preserved in the declamatory songs: Abou Zeid, Hassan ben Serhan, and, above all, Dyab ben Ghanum, in the mouth of whom the poet puts at the end of the epic the recital of the exploits of his race: "Since the day when we quitted the soil and territory of the Medjid, I have not opened my heart to joy; We came to the homes of Chokir and Cherif ben Hachem who pours upon thee (Djazzah) a rain of tears; We have marched against Ed-Dabis ben Monime and we have overrun his cities and plains.
"In that case, give me my fifth cutlet," said Pan Ghao, with a burst of laughter.
prompt, HD; see +Ghape+.
At intervals a faint glimmer might be discerned behind the sodden 'chicks' which shrouded the windows; and once the stillness was broken by a voice humming a refrain from an Indian drama: "Jahan jahan mukam rahe, amne jhulakiram rahe, Safarse ghar ko to phire, Aman-chaman khuda rakhe."
The verse runs thus:-- "Nakhwa Koli jat bholi, Ghara madhye dravya mahamar, Topiwalyane hukum kela, Batliwalyachya barabar."
Having sent messengers to summon the neighbouring Ouzdens, Djemboulat fixed on a place of assembling; and immediately, on a signal agreed on, from every height spread the cry, "Gharai, gharai!" (
The ruby mines are really in the Gharan country, which extends along both banks of the Oxus.
El-Kesar is in the province of the Gharb, and situate on the southern bank of the Luccos; here is a deep and rapid stream, flowing W. 1/4 N.W. The town is nearly as large as Tetuan, but the streets are dirty and narrow, and many of the houses in a ruinous condition, This fortified place was once adorned by some fifteen mosques, but only two or three are now fit for service.
The 75th Division prolonged the infantry line through Gharbiyeh to Berberah.
She's worth all flocks and nicely chisel'd gold, She's worth the palms of Dra and Chaouyya; All that the sea contains, my love is worth, The fields and cities from beyond Djebel Amour, as far as Ghardaya.
ready, S; +gharu+, S; see +Ghare+.
King, receives the surviving officers of the Indian Mutiny Elkington, mortally wounded his premonition of death Fagan, Captain Robert, killed at Delhi his characteristics Fagan, Captain, appointed prize agent Ferozepore, port of, in charge of natives 61st Regiment of Foot stationed at signs of disaffection among the sepoys position of the fort cantonment fired explosions destruction of the buildings night attack on measures for the safety incident of the comical night attack trial and punishment of rebels return to Fishing, amusement of Flagstaff Tower; view from the Flies, plague of Gabbett, Lieutenant, at the attack on the Sabzi Mandi Gardens wounded at Najafgarh his death Garstin bastion captured Gharee, or native carriage Gharra, or jar "Ghazi," meaning of the term Ghee, mishap from Goojars, or professional thieves Goorgaon Goorkha sentry, his treatment of an Afghan Goorkhas, the Sirmoor battalions of their defence of Hindoo Rao's house appearance and characteristics bravery their wish to enter Delhi Gore log, or white people Grant, Colonel, Cavalry Brigade under Grenadier Company deaths from cholera Guide Corps, at the Siege of Delhi their assistance to the Cavalry Brigade Gwalior insurgents Hanging, executions by Hawthorne, Bugler Hills, Lieutenant, wounded Hindoo Rao's house defence of attacks on picket at result of the bombardment Hindoo temple, discovery of treasure in a shrine Hindoos, their mode of burial method of concealing valuables Hodson, Lieutenant, in command of a Sikh regiment and head of the Intelligence Department captures the King of Delhi takes prisoners his sons and grandson shoots them Home, Engineer Hope-Grant, Brigadier, in command of the Cavalry Brigade Hutton, Lieutenant, effect of a round-shot Infantry, 45th Native, orders to attack the fort of Ferozepore defeated set fire to the cantonment start for Delhi Infantry, 57th Native, orders to lay down their arms their treatment of the officers Innes, Brigadier-General, in command of the troops at Ferozepore holds a council on the outbreak of the Mutiny instructions to the troops implicit confidence in the loyalty of the sepoys mismanagement of the Mutiny his measures for the safety of Ferozepore Innes, Dr., appointed prize agent Jama Masjid, or Great Mosque of Delhi occupied by the troops Jennings, Mr., murdered Jhind, Rajah of, joins in the assault on Delhi Jones, Colonel John, 60th Rifles, in command of the defence of Sabzi Mandi Gardens mode of conducting operations Jones, Colonel William at Ferozepore column under Jugraon Jumna River bridge of boats over the attempt to blow up a bridge erection of a battery Kabul Gate Karachi Karnal Kashmir contingent, at Delhi style of marching defeat loss of their guns Kashmir Gate blown in accumulation of material at Khaki rang, or dust colour Khalsa army Kincob, manufacture of discovery of Kishenganj, the suburb of ineffectual attempt on ruins of Koodsia Bagh, No.
I. The North of the Atlas: coming first, the Rif, or mountainous region, which borders the Mediterranean from the river Moulwia to Tangier, comprising the districts of Hashbat west, and Gharet and Aklaia east.
A bed, comfortably arranged, occupied the seats, and on this I lay down, closing the doors of the ghari when night came on.
Of course crocs only mate with others of their own species and there is no way a Gharial and mugger will get together.
Gharials take longer to mature; about 8-10 years for the female and 12 years for the male.
Possibly Fate's greatest kindness to her was to ordain that she should not see him as he had become in fact, and compare him with her wondrous mental image.... The boy was to her, must be, should be, the very image of her life's hero and beloved.... The depolarized and bewildered Damocles found himself in a strange and truly foreign land, a queer, cold, dismal country inhabited by vast quantities of "second-class sahibs," as he termed the British lower middle-class and poor, a country of a strange greenness and orderedness, where there were white servants, strangely conjoined rows of houses in the villages, dangerous-looking fires inside the houses, a kind of tomb-stones on all house-tops, strange horse-drawn vehicles, butlerless and ghari-less sahibs, and an utter absence of "natives," sepoys, byle-gharies, camels, monkeys, kites, squirrels, bulbuls, minahs, mongooses, palm-trees, and temples.
The gharjamai, "son-in-law of the house," as he is styled, shocks public opinion, which holds it disgraceful for an able-bodied man to eat the bread of idleness.
+Gharken+, v. to prepare, S, S2, WA; +gharrkenn+, S; +gerken+, S; +giarkien+, S; +ghearceon+, S; +gheirken+, S; +gharketh hym+, pr.