sirdar

[n] - an important person in India
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Sirdar

Sir·dar' noun [ Hind. & Persian sardār a chief, general; sar the head, top + dār holding, possessing.] A native chief in Hindostan; a headman. Malcom.
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Sirdar

Sir·dar' noun In Turkey, Egypt, etc., a commander in chief, esp. the one commanding the Anglo-Egyptian army.
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sirdar

noun an important person in India
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Sirdar

• (n.) In Turkey, Egypt, etc., a commander in chief, esp. the one commanding the Anglo-Egyptian army. • (n.) A native chief in Hindostan; a headman.
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sirdar

(from the article `Tenzing Norgay`) ...in 1935 he accompanied Eric Shipton`s reconnaissance expedition of Everest. In the next few years he took part in more Everest expeditions than ...
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sirdar

leader, commander
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Sirdar

HMS Sirdar was a British Sealion Class submarine of 715 tons displacement launched in 1943. She was armed with one 3-inch gun; one 20 mm anti-aircraft gun; three machine-guns; six 21-inch torpedo tubes in the bow and one external 21 inch torpedo tube. She had a top speed of 14.5 knots surfaced and 10 knots submerged, could crash dive in 30 seconds
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Sirdar

Sirdar (سردار) – a variant of Sardar, a long-standing Indo-Aryan rank – was assigned to the British Commander-in-Chief of the British-controlled Egyptian Army in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The Sirdar resided at the Sirdaria, a three-block-long property in Zamalek which was also the home of British military intelligence in Egy
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