n. sirdar, privateer; commander; (in India) leader; Sikh

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  • Sardar — (Persian: سردار ) (IPA2|Sɐrda:r) is a title of Persian origin, used for military or political leaders. The word s cognate in Persian, Sirdar , means commander. Literally sar means head while dar means holder in Persian. Thus, the term Sardar may… …   Wikipedia

  • Sardar — Sardar, so v.w. Serdar …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • sârdar — sârdár s.n. (reg.) iederă. Trimis de blaurb, 24.11.2006. Sursa: DAR …   Dicționar Român

  • Sardar — Sirdar, Serdar oder Sardar (persisch: سردار Befehlshaber) bezeichnet den britischen Oberbefehlshaber der ägyptischen Armee in der Zeit der Britischen Herrschaft in Ägypten, siehe Sirdar (Ägypten) in der persischen Sprache einen Befehlshaber oder… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • sardar — ● serdar ou sardar ou sirdar nom masculin (persan sardār, commandant) Titre honorifique donné, au Moyen Orient, au généralissime qui part en campagne. sardar [saʀdaʀ] n. m. ⇒ Serdar …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Sardar — UK [ˈsɑː(r)dɑː(r)] / US [ˈsɑrdɑr] noun [countable] Word forms Sardar : singular Sardar plural Sardars Indian English 1) used for talking to or about a man who is a Sikh 2) a title of respect that is given to a political leader …   English dictionary

  • Sardar — Sar|dar [ sardar ] noun count INDIAN ENGLISH 1. ) used for talking to or about a man who is a Sikh 2. ) a title of respect that is given to a political leader …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • sardar — /ˈsada/ (say sahdah) noun 1. (in India) a. a village headman. b. a leader of a group of workers; foreman. c. a Sikh. 2. History the British commander of the Egyptian army. Also, sirdar. {Hindi (from Persian) sardār, from sar head + dār having} …   Australian English dictionary

  • sardar — variant of sirdar * * * sardar see sirdar …   Useful english dictionary

  • sardar — variant of sirdar …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • sardar — /seuhr dahr /, n. sirdar. * * * …   Universalium

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