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Bairam

(baɪˈræm; ˈbaɪræm)
n
(Islam) either of two Muslim festivals, one (Lesser Bairam) falling at the end of Ramadan, the other (Greater Bairam) 70 days later at the end of the Islamic year
[from Turkish bayrām]
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Bai•ram

(baɪˈrɑm, ˈbaɪ rɑm)

n.
2. a fast day after Ramadan.
[1590–1600; < Turkish bayram literally, festival, ultimately < Iranian]
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