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- syndrome. Would that their etymology was as etymological inadequacy of the title of our article is doubtless well . Pasha-printed and manuscript copies of.
- The Origin of English Words
- Etymology is a branch of linguistics describing the origin of words, their change If to summarize the origin of the. English .. Pasha (also pacha).
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- origin known as Pasha Judar commanded the Moroccan army that invaded the Songhay empire in 1591.
- Taha A. Taha Florida A & M University Etymological Sources of
- Etymologically, the terms are classified into native Nubian forms and borrowed ..
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- pasha - Online Etymology Dictionary
- Turkish honorary title formerly given to officers of high rank, 1640s, from Turk.
- Pasha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- For other uses, see Pasha (disambiguation). Pasha or pascha, formerly bashaw, (Turkish: paşa) was a high rank in the . Online Etymology Dictionary.
- pasha - Wiktionary
- Etymology. From Ottoman Turkish پاشا (pāšā) (Turkish paşa), from Persian پادشاه (pādšāh, “padishah”).
- pacha - Memidex dictionary/thesaurus
- Aug 1, 2011 "pacha" definition: a civil or military authority in Turkey or Egypt. Synonyms: pasha. Type of: authority.
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