Pashalic
Pashalic Pa*sha"lic, n. [Written also {pachalic}.] [Turk.] The jurisdiction of a pasha. [1913 Webster]

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  • pashalic — pa·sha·lic …   English syllables

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  • MEHEMET ALI —    pasha of Egypt, born in Albania; entered the Turkish army, and rose into favour, so that he was able to seize the pashalic, the Sultan compromising matters by exaction of an annual tribute in acknowledgment of his suzerainty; the Mamelukes,… …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • pashalik — noun see pashalic I * * * /peuh shah lik, shaw /, n. the territory governed by a pasha. Also, pachalic, pashalic. [1735 45; < Turk, equiv. to pasa PASHA + lik suffix of appurtenance] * * * pashˈalik or pachˈalic (or /pä shäˈlik/) noun The… …   Useful english dictionary

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