hexaglot

hexaglot

(ˈhɛksəˌɡlɒt)
n
a book written in six languages
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(13) While it is true that the Rasulid Hexaglot, a 14th-century dictionary, seems (after correcting for a scribal error) to represent the terms shahna, basqaq, darugha, and amir albalad as synonyms, it does so in the sense of their representing various types of governors.
(14) The King's Dictionary: The Rasulid Hexaglot. Fourteenth-Century Vocabularies in Arabic, Persian, Turkic, Greek, Armenian, and Mongol, trans.
Together with his other recent contributions, notably "The Rasulid Hexaglot in its Eurasian Cultural Context," in The King's Dictionary, ed.
The King's Dictionary: The Rasulid Hexaglot: Fourteenth Century Vocabularies in Arabic, Persian, Turkic, Greek, Armenian and Mongol.
The term "Rasulid Hexaglot" applies to several vocabularia or word lists covering twenty manuscript pages of a 542-page Arabic anthology drawn up by the sixth Rasulid sultan of Yemen, al-Malik al-Afdal (d.
The present volume is enhanced by a wonderfully informative essay, "The Rasulid Hexaglot in its Eurasian Cultural Context," by Thomas T.
The Hexaglot is actually comprised of several distinct word lists.
50), that the Hexaglot "was not originally a single work, but appears to be a pastiche of glossaries in the possession of our author," is quite apt.