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From the Turkish minare, from the Arabic منارة manārä ("lighthouse"). Entered into English around 1682.

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Minaret

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Minarets

Minaret (plural Minarets)
  1. the tall slender tower of an Islamic mosque, from which the muezzin recites the adhan (call to prayer)
    • 2005, Jon Courtenay Grimwood, Pashazade, page 37, paragraph 2
      And in the background of the picture, just out of focus behind the man, was a soaring minaret outlined against a shockingly blue sky.

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From Turkish minare < Arabic منارة.

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Minaret m (plural minareti)

  1. minaret

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From Turkish minare < Arabic منارة.

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Minaret m (plural minareti)

  1. minaret

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Dutch Wikipedia has an article on:
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Minaret f. and m. (plural minaretten)

  1. minaret

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Minaret m. (plural Minarets)

  1. minaret

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Polish Wikipedia has an article on:
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Minaret m.

  1. minaret

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From Turkish minare < Arabic منارة.

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Minaret m. (Cyrillic spelling минарет)

  1. minaret

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