Khamsin

Kham·sin` noun Same as Kamsin .
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Khamsin

• (n.) A hot southwesterly wind in Egypt, coming from the Sahara. • (n.) Same as Kamsin.
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khamsin

hot, dry, dusty wind in North Africa and the Arabian Peninsula that blows from the south or southeast in late winter and early spring. It often ... [7 related articles]
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Khamsin

A dry, dusty and often hot wind blowing from the Egyptian desert over Red Sea, generally from the south or southeast. In the spring, their onset is usually preceded by a heat wave lasting about three days and followed by a dust storm.
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Khamsin

Khamsin, khamseen, chamsin or hamsin (خمسين khamsīn, `fifty`), more commonly known in Egypt as khamaseen (خماسين khamasīn, IPA), is a dry, hot, sandy local wind, blowing from the south, in North Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. Similar winds in the area are sirocco and simoom. From the Arabic word for `fifty`, throughout the Leva...
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