Word: dervish

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Translations: dervish

spanish
derviche, Dervish, derviches, del derviche, derviche de


german
Derwisch, Dervish, Derwische

french
derviche, derviches, dervis

italian
derviscio, Dervish, dervisci, dervis, derviscia

portuguese
dervixe, Dervish, do Dervish, derviche, dervishe

dutch
derwisj, Dervish, het derwisj, derwisj van, derwisch

russian
дервиш

norwegian
dervisj, dervisjen, Kismet, vind

swedish
dervisch, Dervish, dervishen, dervischen, dervishen som

finnish
dervissi, dervissin, Dervish

danish
dervishen, af Dervish, Kismet

czech
Dervish, derviš, Dervish se, Dervishi

polish
derwisz, Dervish, derwisza, derwiszów, Derwiszem

hungarian
dervis, Dervish, dervisnek, dervist

turkish
derviş, tekke, tekke ve, bir derviş

greek
δερβίσης, Dervish, δερβίση, δερβίσηδων, των δερβίσηδων

ukrainian
дервіш, дервіша, дервиш

albanian
dervishi, dervishëve, dervish i, dervishe

bulgarian
дервиш, дервишите, дервиши, се дервиш, дервишки

belarusian
дэрвіш

estonian
Dervissi, derviši, derviŠite, Dervish

croatian
derviš, derviška, derviši

icelandic
Dervish

lithuanian
dervišas, Derwisz, Dervišs, derviŠo, Dervish

latvian
dervišs, Dervish, dervišu

macedonian
дервиш, дервишот, дервишки, дервишките, дервишкиот

romanian
derviș, Dervish, dervis, de derviș, de derviș din

slovenian
Dervish, dervišev

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The meaning and "use of": dervish

noun
  • a member of a Muslim (specifically Sufi) religious order who has taken vows of poverty and austerity. Dervishes first appeared in the 12th century; they were noted for their wild or ecstatic rituals and were known as dancing , whirling , or howling dervishes according to the practice of their order.

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