Turk

• (n.) The plum weevil. See Curculio, and Plum weevil, under Plum. • (n.) A native or inhabitant of Turkey. • (n.) A member of any of numerous Tartar tribes of Central Asia, etc.; esp., one of the dominant race in Turkey. • (n.) A Mohammedan; esp., one living in Turkey.
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Turk

(from the article `Arabia, history of`) The second Sa`d-Wahhb kingdom began when Turk, of a collateral Sa`d branch, revolted and in 1824 captured Riyadh in Najd and made it his capital. He ... The dynasty was restored and the second Sa`d state begun in 1824 when Turk (1823–34), a grandson of Muammad ibn Sa`d, succeeded in capturing...
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Turk

(from the article `chess`) Machines capable of playing chess have fascinated people since the latter half of the 18th century, when the Turk, the first of the ...
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Turk

noun a native or inhabitant of Turkey
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Turk

[caste] The Turk are a Muslim community found in the Terai region of the states of Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh in India. ==Origin== The Turks claim to have come from Central Asia to India with the armies of Mohammad Ghori, who settled in the slopes of the Himalayas, to guard the plains of North India from the Rajputs of the Garhwal and Ku...
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Turk

[nickname] Turk or The Turk is a nickname for: ...
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Turk

Member of any of the Turkic-speaking peoples of Asia and Europe, especially the principal ethnic group of Turkey. Turkic languages belong to the Altaic family and include Uzbek, Ottoman, Turkish,...
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Turk

Member of any of the Turkic-speaking peoples of Asia and Europe, especially the principal ethnic group of Turkey. Turkic languages belong to the Altaic family and include Uzbek, Ottoman, Turkish, Azeri, Turkoman, Tatar, Kirghiz, and Yakut. The ancestors of the Turks were pastoral nomads in central Asia. Islam was introduced during the 7th centu...
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Turk

[n] - a native or inhabitant of Turkey
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