Tabriz
I. noun (plural Tabriz) Etymology: Tabriz, Iran Date: 1900 a Persian rug usually having a cotton warp, firm wool pile, and a medallion design II. geographical name city NW Iran in Azerbaijan population 971,482

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  • TABRIZ — TABRIZ, capital of the Third Province, N.W. Iran . A Jewish community existed in Tabriz in the Middle Ages. Samauʾal b. Yahya al Maghribī, 12th century author of Ifhām al Yahūd, mentions Tabriz, together with Salmas (Shahpur) and Khoi, as a place …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Tabriz — (تبریز) es una ciudad de Irán, con una población de alrededor de 2,5 millones de habitantes. Es el centro de la provincia de Azerbaiyán Oriental. La ciudad está localizada en el noroeste de Irán al norte de la cordillera de Sahand. * * * (Täbriz) …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • TABRIZ — TABR 壟Z Chef lieu de la province iranienne de l’Azerbaïdjan e Sharqui (65 842 km2; 4 390 000 habitants lors du recensement de 1991), Tabr 稜z se trouve au carrefour des routes et des voies ferrées reliant le plateau iranien à la mer Noire et aux… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Tabriz — Tabriz1 [tə brēz′] n. [after TABRIZ2] a Persian rug usually having a stiff pile and a medallion center with an arabesque border Tabriz2 [tä brēz′] city in NW Iran: pop. 1,089,000 …   English World dictionary

  • Tabriz — Infobox Settlement official name = Tabriz other name = native name = تبریز nickname = The City of Firsts settlement type = motto = image size = image caption = Tabriz City Hall, built in 1934, by Arfa ol molk , with the aid of German engineers.… …   Wikipedia

  • Tabriz — 38° 04′ 48″ N 46° 17′ 31″ E / 38.08, 46.2919444 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Tabriz — تبریز Tabriz …   Wikipedia Español

  • Tabriz — Täbris DEC …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Täbriz — Täbris DEC …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Tabriz — /tah breez , teuh /, n. a city in and the capital of Eastern Azerbaijan province, in NW Iran. 403,413. * * * City (pop., 1996: 1,191,043), northwestern Iran. Earthquakes and invasions by Arabs, Turks, and Mongols have damaged the city numerous… …   Universalium

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