[ si-nahn ]
/ sɪˈnɑn /
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1489?–1587, Turkish architect, especially of mosques.
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Words nearby Sinan
Sinai, Mount, Sinaitic, sinal, sinalbin, Sinaloa, Sinan, Sinanthropus, sinapine, sinapism, Sinarquist, Sinatra
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How to use Sinan in a sentence
Amuita pay, kano, yan sinan kayigorotan, yan siblaganda san ūsay anak di Igorot.Kankanay Ceremonies|C. R. Moss
It contains a fine 16th-century mosque, built by the celebrated architect Sinan.
The command of the land forces was given to Sinan Pasha, Selim's son-in-law.History of The Reign of Philip The Second King of Spain|William H. Prescott
Full of wrath Malek-es-Saleh wrote a letter to the sheikh Sinan filled with the bitterest reproaches.
The credit of Sinan vanished at once, and those who had just been adoring the god now threatened to take the life of the impostor.