- a male monkey
- informal an impudent or mischievous man or boy
Word Origin for bandar
Examples from the Web for bandar
Contemporary Examples of bandar
From the Syrian capital, it was shipped to Tehran and then transported by land to the port of Bandar Abbas.Israel Seizes Iranian Rockets—and Pounces on Tehran for ‘Supplying Terrorists’
March 6, 2014
“His job requires being able to work 18 hours a day and he cannot,” says a Saudi who has collaborated closely with Bandar.
Bandar has always been inclined to defy conventions and bend rules.
Even after Bandar left as ambassador to Washington in 2005, he continued to carry messages back and forth from Riyadh.
If not, Bandar told Bush, things were going to get very ugly.
Historical Examples of bandar
Bandar Cassim put a stop to these demands at the time; but he has revived them since.
On the following morning the bandar (or chief steward) of the place came off in his canoe, and welcomed the new-comers.
The capital of the province of Mūar is Bandar Maharani, named after the wife of the sultan before he had assumed his final title.
This is also the case here: for the rebel chiefs know there is no pardon, and the Bandar is disgraced if he fails.
They had all fled, having stolen their two women, one from each Bandar, and carried them away.