Examples from the Web for bulgar
And whether it was going to be a Serb or Bulgar who would rescue them—qu'importe?
It is possible that most of the silver of which they made use came from the Bulgar Dagh.The Hittites|A. H. Sayce
When Savoff defeated the Turks, it was rumoured that he sat in the Bulgar's councils.The Tempering|Charles Neville Buck
But in the period preceding the publication of Kiepert's map the Bulgar name was the more fashionable with Macedonian peasants.
Davis also reported, but did not see, a similar inscription at Bulgar Maden, not far away.
British Dictionary definitions for bulgar
Word Origin and History for bulgar
1759, "inhabitant of Bulgaria" (Bulgarian is attested from 1550s), from Medieval Latin Bulgarus (see Bulgaria).