A tartar village.
A Tartar undergarment with sleeves.
A long round felt cape.
The same as a brave among American Indians, but the word is inseparably connected with the idea of skilful horsemanship.
A holy war against the infidels.
The leader in the holy war, uniting in himself supreme spiritual and temporal power.
The wife of a khan.
A fuel made of straw and manure.
A sworn friend, an adopted brother.
A disciple or follower: "One who desires" to find the way in Muridism.
Almost identical with Sufism.
"One who shows" the way in Muridism.
A Tartar lieutenant or governor.
An oriental dish prepared with rice and mutton or chicken.
A Caucasian house, clay-plastered and often built of earth.
The written Mohammedan law.
"The Path" leading to the higher life.