Bandar
geographical name — see Machilipatnam

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Bandar — or Bunder (in Persian بندر) is a Persian word meaning port and haven . Etymologically it combines Persian بند Band (enclosed) and در dar (gate, door) meaning an enclosed area (i.e. protected from the sea). The word travelled with Persian sailors… …   Wikipedia

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  • Bandar —   [persisch bæn dær »Hafen«], Bender, Bestandteil von Ortsnamen in Iran, z. B. Bender Maschur …   Universal-Lexikon

  • bandar — v. tr. Pôr banda em, guarnecer de bandas …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • bandar — bàndār m <G bandára> DEFINICIJA glazb. alžirski tamburin, na drvenu okviru napeta kozja koža, s unutrašnje strane nalazi se žica koja klepeće; bender ONOMASTIKA pr.: Bènder (170, Dubrovnik, J Dalmacija) ETIMOLOGIJA arap …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • Bandar — Awad Hamad al Bandar as Saʿdun (* 2. Januar 1945 in Sadun; † 15. Januar 2007 in al Kazimiyya bei Bagdad hingerichtet; arabisch ‏عوض حامد البندر السعدون‎‎, DMG ʿAwaḍ Ḥamad al Bandar as Saʿdūn) war ein irakischer Richter. 1967 schloss er sein Jura… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Bandar — Macaque rhésus Pour les articles homonymes, voir Rhésus …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Bandar — Original name in latin Bandar Name in other language State code ID Continent/City Asia/Jakarta longitude 2.05 latitude 99.75 altitude 73 Population 31442 Date 2006 01 17 …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Bandar — Ban|dar der; s, en <aus gleichbed. Hindi bādar zu sanskr. ványa »Waldtier, bes. Affe«> indischer Hundskopfaffe mit struppiger Kopfbehaarung …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • Bandar — n. city in Andhra Pradesh (India); port on the Bay of Bengal …   English contemporary dictionary

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