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[ahyn-tahb] /aɪnˈtɑb/
former name of Gaziantep. Unabridged
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  • The needles were briskly plied, and in due time, two hundred and fifty piastres were collected and forwarded to Aintab.

    The Women of the Arabs Henry Harris Jessup
  • We rode straight into the Mission compound at Aintab, and found ourselves at once in a very academic atmosphere.

  • There caravans were fitted out to leave over the, to them, unknown track to Aintab, as a first base.

  • There, caravans were fitted out to leave over the—to them—unknown track to Aintab, as a first base.

  • Her length from Aintab to Gaza is one hundred and fifty leagues, and the mean breadth about thirty.

    Sketches Benjamin Disraeli
  • At Aintab, the crowd was divided into three audiences so that all could hear.

    The Call of the World W. E. Doughty
British Dictionary definitions for Aintab


the former name (until 1921) of Gaziantep
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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