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See also: kurd
Kurd (plural Kurds)
- A member of the linguistically and culturally distinct people who speak Kurdish and inhabit those parts of Turkey, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Russia, Armenia and Georgia sometimes known as Kurdistan.
- 1595, Abraham Hartwell, The History of the Warres between the Turkes and the Persians, translation of Historia della guerra fra Turchi, et Persiani by Giovanni Tommaso Minadoi:
- Curdi, B[arbarous]. a people which many think to be the Parthians, A[uncient]. But we cannot possiblie thinke them to be so. wherein we agree with Castaldo.
- 1865, Charles Wells, Mehemet, the Kurd, and Other Tales, from Eastern Sources, page 16:
- Mehemet took her for a man and said, “Good father, I am a Kurd: my story is very curious”
- 2018 May 8, Sarah El Deeb, “In a new justice system, Kurds put IS on trial eyeing reconciliation”, in Sydney Morning Herald:
- After defeating IS in battle, Syria's Kurds are now eager to show they can bring justice against the group's members.
a member of the people inhabiting Kurdistan
Kurd m pers (feminine Kurdyjka)
declension of Kurd
- Kurd in Polish dictionaries at PWN