qalandar

or Cal·en·der

[kal-uh n-der]
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noun

(in Islamic countries) one of an order of mendicant dervishes founded in the 14th century.

Nearby words

  1. qadianis,
  2. qadiriyah,
  3. qahar,
  4. qaid,
  5. qairwan,
  6. qantas,
  7. qaraghandy,
  8. qaranc,
  9. qasida,
  10. qat

Origin of qalandar

From Persian

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Examples from the Web for qalandar

  • We also invited Shh a qalandar, and one of the krez-men who played the rebeck.

    The Bbur-nma in English|Babur, Emperor of Hindustan