Origin of bazaar
Examples from the Web for bazaar
They had to go to the bazaar -- as the mall was then called -- and buy them.
Never mind the word "bazaar," which you pronounce as "bizarre" and Hassan pronounces as "buzzer."Whatever You Do Someone Will Die. A Short Story About Impossible Choices in Iraq|Nathan Bradley Bethea|August 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And Stephanie Seymour poses for 'Harper's Bazaar' with her boys.Kanye West’s $16 Million Sneakers; Coco Rocha Wants More Diverse Models|The Fashion Beast Team|February 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
At the same time, your Turkish guide/driver would be talking you up, as if he was trying to sell you like a rug at the bazaar.The Model Diaries: In Turkey, It’s No Breasts, No Jobs|Anonymous|January 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Superflat artist's fantastical creatures pose alongside model Angela Lindvall for Harper's Bazaar's December/January issue.
The silk shops are the finest in the bazaar, but their contents are excessively dear, and are not very good.
Alec used to bring him bazaar sweets, of which he was very fond, and sugar-cane.Adventures in Many Lands|Various
She is organising a bazaar and asked Lady Jarvis to help at her stall.Passing By|Maurice Baring
Her one thought in the whole matter had been to get as much pleasure and glory as possible out of the Bazaar itself.Brenda, Her School and Her Club|Helen Leah Reed
Finally at the week's end the wool-merchant and his friends would all ride back with dignity to the bazaar.In Morocco|Edith Wharton
British Dictionary definitions for bazaar
Word Origin for bazaar
Word Origin and History for bazaar
1580s, from Italian bazarra, ultimately from Persian bazar (Pahlavi vacar) "a market."