adjective or noun see Bukhara

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  • bukharan — bu·kha·ran …   English syllables

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  • Bukharan tenga — The tenga was the currency of Bukhara until 1920. It was subdivided into 10 falus . It was replaced by the Russian ruble at a rate of 1 ruble = 5 tenga …   Wikipedia

  • the Bukharan quarter — name of a neighborhood located near the central bus station in Jerusalem …   English contemporary dictionary

  • BUKHARA — BUKHARA, capital of the former khanate of the same name in Russian Central Asia, now within Uzbekistan (see Map: Bukhara). Introduction The Jews of Bukhara are an ethnic and linguistic group, concentrated in Central Asia, particularly in the area …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • JUDEO-PERSIAN — JUDEO PERSIAN, a form of Persian used by Jews and written in Hebrew characters. The oldest Judeo Persian texts are the earliest known records in the Persian language (see judeo persian Literature below). These consist of the inscriptions of Tang… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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