Definitions for kurdkɜrd, kʊərd
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a member of a largely pastoral Islamic people who live in Kurdistan; the largest ethnic group without their own state
A member of the linguistically and culturally distinct people who inhabit those parts of Syria, Iran, Iraq, Turkey, and the former Soviet Union sometimes known as Kurdistan.
a native or inhabitant of a mountainous region of Western Asia belonging to the Turkish and Persian monarchies
Kurd is a Baloch tribe in the Balochistan, Sindh, and Punjab provinces of Pakistan. Kurds speak both Balochi and Brahui Also a Sub-clan in Mazari tribe. famous for their gallantry against bugti's. Qadoo khan Kurd was Commander who destroyed Siyah-aff or dera bugti with mazari raiders. Famous people who descend from this tribe are Baloch nationalist leader Abdul Aziz Kurd, prominent lawyer Ali Ahmad Kurd and a bureaucrat Ali Gul Kurd.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
kōōrd, n. an inhabitant of Kurdistan, a region on the east of the upper course of the Tigris.
The numerical value of kurd in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of kurd in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
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I wanted to go to the Kurd side because I know that they're good with the Americans.
If you are not a Kurd but an Arab who has been living under Islamic State rule, they automatically see you as someone who supports and aids the group, tHE BARRELS ARE POINTING AT US.
If you ask any Kurd, they will always tell you that their main dream is independence, but at the government level, the main policy focus has been economic independence. We are aspiring to solve our own problems and we have enough resources to do it.
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