a fabric with horizontal stripes of brilliant colors.
We also honored with our presence the bayadere communities, where only women dwell.
Told by the Death’s Head Mr Jkai
bayadere, a dancing-girl in India, dressed in loose Eastern costume.
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Close by, a mat, as pretty as the bayadere who once lay upon it, still gave out a faint scent of sandal wood.
The Magic Skin Honore de Balzac
And Bettina, the bayadere, who imitates Mignon’s egg-dance, has nothing whatever to do with work.
Main Currents in Nineteenth Century Literature – 6. Young Germany Georg Brandes
The reflection of a greater thing claimed her and taught her, held her like a bayadere in a temple court.
Foes Mary Johnston
a dancing girl, esp one serving in a Hindu temple
a fabric or design with horizontal stripes, esp of a bright colour
(of fabric, etc) having horizontal stripes
a city in S Cuba. Historical Examples It was only by unremitting efforts and the loss of many lives that the Spaniards retained their hold on the district about Bayamo. Cuba Arthur D. Hall In addition to this two night schools have recently been established, one in Santiago de Cuba and one in Bayamo. The […]
a city in N Puerto Rico, near San Juan. noun a city in NE central Puerto Rico, south of San Juan. Pop: 224 915 (2003 est)
Celâl [je-lahl] /dʒɛˈlɑl/ (Show IPA), 1884–1986, Turkish statesman: president 1950–60. Historical Examples Bayar’do, the famous steed of Rinaldo, which once belonged to Amadis of Gaul. Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama, Vol 1 The Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D.
a magical legendary horse in medieval chivalric romances. a mock-heroic name for any horse. (lowercase) Archaic. a bay horse. Pierre Terrail [pyer te-ra-yuh] /pyɛr tɛˈra yə/ (Show IPA), Seigneur de [se-nyœr duh] /sɛˈnyœr də/ (Show IPA), (“the knight without fear and without reproach”) 1473–1524, heroic French soldier. any man of heroic courage and unstained honor. […]