any of several Old World wild goats of the genus Hemitragus, as H. jemlahicus (Himalayan tahr) introduced into New Zealand, having a long mane and short, stout, recurving horns: most are endangered or threatened in their native regions.
any of several goatlike bovid mammals of the genus Hemitragus, such as H. jemlahicus (Himalayan tahr), of mountainous regions of S and SW Asia, having a shaggy coat and curved horns
- Tahrir square
/tæˈɾiːɾ/ noun 1. a large square in central Cairo, in Egypt. The name, meaning ‘liberation’, was used informally after the 1919 revolution and then officially after the 1952 revolution. Scene of mass demonstrations in 2011 against the government of president Hosni Mubarak.
noun 1. an administrative division of a zila in certain states in India
noun 1. (in India) a collector for, or official of, the revenue department. noun 1. the officer in charge of the collection of revenues, etc, in a tahsil
the land of the newly inhabited, (2 Sam. 24:6). It is conjectured that, instead of this word, the reading should be, “the Hittites of Kadesh,” the Hittite capital, on the Orontes. It was apparently some region east of the Jordan and north of Gilead.