Origin of harem
Examples from the Web for hareem
Historical Examples of hareem
But these excellences, though found in a hareem, will not fuse, as in a poem or a picture.The Book of Khalid
For it was inconceivable that he should now take Rosamund to his hareem.The Sea-Hawk
It deals with a youthful bride who has just been attached to a Persian hareem.
On the 27th of March, 1838, Miss Holliday went in state to the hareem.The College, the Market, and the Court
Caroline H. Dall
And summoning his attendants, he directed them to conduct her to the hareem in the palace.The Arab's Pledge
Edward L. Mitford
Word Origin for harem
1630s, from Turkish harem, from Arabic haram "wives and concubines," originally "women's quarters," literally "something forbidden or kept safe," from root of harama "he guarded, forbade."