of, relating to, or characteristic of a Tartar or the Tartars, the Mongolian and Turkish tribes who overran Asia and much of Eastern Europe in the Middle Ages.
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How to use Tartarian in a sentence
This English army of traders in their march ravaged worse than a Tartarian conqueror.
The one known as Lonicera bella alba does not differ very much from the common white form of the Tartarian honeysuckle.
Mr. Moyer: It occurs to me that the Tartarian honeysuckle is about as good as any thing you can plant for birds.
That they separated themselves early, very early, from the greater part of the Turko-Tartarian nations, admits of no question.Sketches of Central Asia (1868) | Arminius Vmbry
If it is of the Norman age, then the pointed style arose at once from a transfusion of Arabian or Tartarian architecture.Architectural Antiquities of Normandy | John Sell Cotman
British Dictionary definitions for Tartarian
a variant spelling of Tatarian: See Tatarian
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