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Bairam

[ bahy-rahm, bahy-rahm ]
/ baɪˈrɑm, ˈbaɪ rɑm /
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noun

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Origin of Bairam

1590–1600; <Turkish bayram literally, holiday, festival, probably ultimately <Persian
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British Dictionary definitions for Bairam

Bairam
/ (baɪˈræm, ˈbaɪræm) /

noun

either of two Muslim festivals, one (Lesser Bairam) falling at the end of Ramadan, the other (Greater Bairam) 70 days later at the end of the Islamic year

Word Origin for Bairam

from Turkish bayrām
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