/ ˈnʊərɪ /


  1. Also calledKafir -ris-ri a member of an Indo-European people of Nuristan and neighbouring parts of Pakistan
  2. Also calledKafiri the Indo-Iranian language of this people

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Example Sentences

There was no outcry, even though Bush himself also apologized to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.

U.S. troops are only gone a week and already Nuri al-Maliki has pushed Iraq back into sectarian crisis.

Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, a leader of the Shiite majority, issued over the weekend an arrest warrant for Hashemi.

But Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki announced his determination to “put an end” to the MEK.

The Syrian gypsies, or Nuri, who are seen with bears and monkeys in Cairo, are strangers in the land.

There was something in clairvoyance perhaps; at any rate he would hear what the Nuri woman had to say.

This particular instance of the Nuri woman is not all fiction.

Lusû-ana-Nuri, the governor of the city, with his lords and judges, stood at the landing-stage.





NurhachiNuri as-Said