nizamate
noun see nizam

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • nizamate — /ni zah mayt, zam ayt, nuy /, n. the position held or territory governed by a Nizam. [1885 90; NIZAM + ATE3] * * * …   Universalium

  • nizamate — ni·zam·ate …   English syllables

  • nizamate — ˌmāt noun ( s) Etymology: nizam + ate : the territory or office of the nizam * * * /ni zah mayt, zam ayt, nuy /, n. the position held or territory governed by a Nizam. [1885 90; NIZAM + ATE3] …   Useful english dictionary

  • nizam — noun Etymology: Hindi & Urdu nizām, order, governor, ultimately from Arabic niḍhām Date: 1768 one of a line of sovereigns of Hyderabad, India, reigning from 1713 to 1950 • nizamate noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Fazal Nawaz Jung — Bahadur (c. 1880 1964) was a noted Hyderabadi politician and financier during the period of the Nizamate. Birth and familyHe was born Syed Fazlullah in Hyderabad, India to a family of the ancient Arab nobility. His father s antecedents traced… …   Wikipedia

  • Adi Dharm — refers to the religion of Adi Brahmo Samaj the first development of Brahmoism and includes those Sadharan Brahmo Samajists who were reintegrated into Brahmoism after the 2nd. Schism of 1878 at the instance of Hemendranath Tagore [Particularly… …   Wikipedia

  • Nizam — [ni zäm′, nī zam′] n. [Hindi & Pers niẓām < Ar niẓām, to order < naẓama, to govern] 1. the title of the native rulers of Hyderabad, India that reigned from 1713 to 1950 2. pl. nizam [n ] a soldier in the Turkish regular army nizamate n …   English World dictionary

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