Definition for lahore (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for lahore
Early in 1999 Sharif invited then-Prime Minister Atal Vajpayee to Lahore to talk about reducing tensions.
On the day after India and Pakistan go to war in 1971, his parents married in Lahore, “as fighter jets screeched overhead.”
For example, Sharif has promised to build a bullet train from Karachi to Lahore without explaining how he would pay for it.
Sharif, 63, was born into money as the scion of a very wealthy family in Lahore.
While not offering any concrete solutions, he told journalists in Lahore that his government would not tolerate drone attacks.
In the autumn of 1906, September 22nd was the date on which I first noticed a redstart in Lahore.Glimpses of Indian Birds|Douglas Dewar
From Agra to Lahore, a distance of 600 miles, the road is set on both sides with mulberry trees.
Concentration upon Mooltan and the hurried march to Lahore had resulted in downright inextricable confusion.The Coming Conquest of England|August Niemann
In the telegraph office a young signaler was sending a thrilling message to Umballa, Lahore and the north.The Red Year|Louis Tracy
While our family was living in Lahore, one morning the servant came precipitantly into my room.Autobiography of a YOGI|Paramhansa Yogananda
British Dictionary definitions for lahore (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for lahore (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for lahore
region on the Indian subcontinent, from Hindi Panjab, from Persian panj "five" (from PIE *penkwo-; see five) + ab "water." So called for its five rivers. Related: Punjabi.