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Definition of Tikur

Tikur
Tikur Ti*kur", Tikoor Ti*koor", n. [Hind. tik?r.] An East Indian tree (Garcinia pedunculata) having a large yellow fleshy fruit with a pleasant acid flavor.

Meaning of Tikur from wikipedia

- Tikur Enchini is one of the woredas in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia. Part of the Mirab Shewa Zone, it is bordered on the southwest by ****, on the northwest...
- million copies within a few months after its release. His fourth album, Tikur Sew was released in 2012. It is the most expensive and most widely sold...
- Tikur Abay Transport is an Ethiopian football club, in the city of Dessie, Amhara Region. [1] They play in the Ethiopian Premier League, the top level...
- (Love and money)  Egypt: CBC Egypt as العشق الأسود  Ethiopia: Kana TV as Tikur Fiker ጥቁር ፍቅር  Georgia: Maestro TV and Imedi TV as შავი ფული და სიყვარული...
- finish school, Abdu made a comeback with his fourth studio album entitled Tikur Anbessa (Black Lion). This album, which was released in October 2015, took...
- Belaynew Mogess St. Paulos Hospital St. Yared General Hospital Tibebu Hospital Tikur Anbesa Specialized Hospital(TASH) Tirunesh Beijing General Hospital Tzna...
- back to early 19th century Lesser Abay River, a river of central Ethiopia Tikur Abay Transport, an Ethiopian football club Abay (novel), a novel by Kazakh...
- very young age. After completing high school, Fisseha briefly studied at Tikur Anbessa (Black Lion Medical School) in Addis Ababa. In 1989, she traveled...
- w****days during breaks in regular programming. Kara Para Aşk / ጥቁር ፍቅር "Tikur Fikir" (Black Love) - Broadcast from April - Nov. 2016 Kuzey Güney / ኩዚ...
- Shibabaw’s ballad dedicated to the Battle of Adwa and Teddy Afro’s po****r song "Tikur Sew", which literally translates to "black man or black person" – a poetic...
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