akait


akait
is., -di, ç., din b., Ar. ˁaḳāˀid
1) Bir dinin öğrenilmesi gereken inançlarının ve tapınma kurallarının tümü
2) Bu kuralları toplayan kitap

Çağatay Osmanlı Sözlük. 2010.

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  • dacoit — da*coit (d[.a]*koit ), n. [Hind. [dsdot]akait, [dsdot][=a]k[=a]yat.] One of a class of robbers, in India and Burma (Myanmar), who act in gangs and are usually armed. [Also spelled {dakoit}.] [1913 Webster +PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dakoit — dacoit da*coit (d[.a]*koit ), n. [Hind. [dsdot]akait, [dsdot][=a]k[=a]yat.] One of a class of robbers, in India and Burma (Myanmar), who act in gangs and are usually armed. [Also spelled {dakoit}.] [1913 Webster +PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dacoit — /dəˈkɔɪt/ (say duh koyt) noun Indian English one of a band of armed thieves; bandit. {Hindi ḍakait} …   Australian English dictionary

  • da|coit|y — «duh KOY tee», noun, plural coit|ies. 1. the system of robbery as practiced by dacoits: »Acharya Bhave said that the problem of dacoity could be solved if the people were fearless and philanthropic (Times of India). 2. a robbery of this kind.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • da|coit — «duh KOYT», noun, verb. –n. a member of a gang of robbers in India or Burma, who plunder in armed bands. –v.i. to plunder or rob in an armed band. ╂[< Hindustani ākāit < ākā gang robbery] …   Useful english dictionary


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