Alkoran



the Koran.
Historical Examples

The Alkoran saith moreover: ‘Wherever we may be, and whatever we may be, everywhere we are all of us in the hand of Allah.’
The Slaves of the Padishah Mr Jkai

On every table in the council-chamber stood an Alkoran—ten copies in one room.
Halil the Pedlar Mr Jkai

noun
a less common name for the Koran

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