Origin of khan1
Definition for khan (2 of 2)
Origin of khan2
Examples from the Web for khan
The now-efficient process “once took a month by former means and now actually takes a day,” says Dr. Khan.
Part of that, Dr. Khan says, was a direct result of the global trekking PepsiCo is doing.
Worried this might turn people off from his performance, Khan said he didn't intend to offend anyone.Defying Stereotypes, Young Muslim Writers Find Community Onstage|Julianne Chiaet|October 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Allied with a Canadian-Pakistani Islamic preacher, Khan has called for Sharif to resign.Nuclear Pakistan's Spies Target India—and Their Own Prime Minister|Bruce Riedel|September 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Khalid al Najar, 27, was half dazed as he walked back toward Khan Younis with a plastic bag of clothes.
These were the chief articles, besides which several others were agreed upon, to be proposed to the Khan.
Then the Khan furnishes him with men to conquer the Emperor of Trebizond and to establish himself in his place.Doa Perfecta|Benito Prez Galds
“I have brought but two, who are in the hands of my followers;” answered the Khan.The Circassian Chief|W.H.G. Kingston
A two hours' ride brought us to a khan on the side of the road.By Desert Ways to Baghdad|Louisa Jebb
The khan rode off, escorted by Weseloff and his companions; and for some time a dead silence prevailed.Stories of Exile|Various
British Dictionary definitions for khan (1 of 3)
- (formerly) a title borne by medieval Chinese emperors and Mongol and Turkic rulers: usually added to a nameKublai Khan
- such a ruler