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Definition of Arnaut

Arnaut
Arnaut Ar*naut" Arnaout Ar*naout", n. [Turk. Arnaut, fr. NGr. ?, for ?.] An inhabitant of Albania and neighboring mountainous regions, specif. one serving as a soldier in the Turkish army.

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- Arnaut (Ottoman Turkish: ارناود‎) is a Turkish ethnonym used to denote Albanians. Arvanid (اروانيد), Arnavud (آرناوود), plural: Arnavudlar (آرناوودلر):...
- Arnaut Danjuma Groeneveld (born 31 January 1997) is Nigerian-born Dutch professional footballer who plays as a winger for Championship club AFC Bournemouth...
- Arnaut may refer to: Arnaut, Ottoman term for an Albanian Arnaut (given name) This disambiguation page lists articles ****ociated with the title Arnaut...
- Arnaut Daniel (Occitan: [aɾˈnawd daniˈɛl]; fl. 1180–1200) was an Occitan troubadour of the 12th century, praised by Dante as "the best smith" (miglior...
- 1219–1253), troubadour Arnaut de ****enges (fl. 1218–1246), troubadour and soldier Arnaut Daniel (fl. 1180–1200), troubadour Arnaut Guilhem de Marsan (fl...
- The Serbo-Croatian language songs about Arnaut Osman include Young Marjan and Arnaut Osman, Sekula and Arnaut Osman and Mujo Hrnjica kills Simun Brehulja...
- Arnaut (Serbian Cyrillic: Горан Арнаут; born 27 August 1979) is a former Serbian footballer who pla**** mainly as a central midfielder. "Goran Arnaut"...
- Arnaut Catalan (fl. 1219–1253) was a troubadour active in the Languedoc, Catalonia, and Castile. He left behind five cansos, three tensos, and one religious...
- Arnavutköy (meaning "Albanian village" in Turkish) is a historic neighbourhood in Istanbul, Turkey renowned for its wooden Ottoman mansions and seafood...
- Arnaut de Mareuil (fl. late 12th century) was a troubadour, composing lyric poetry in the Occitan language. Twenty-five, perhaps twenty-nine, of his songs...
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