Specimens of the Popular Poetry of Persia: As Found in the Adventures and Improvisations of Kurroglou, the Bandit-minstrel of Northern Persia and in the Songs of the People Inhabiting the Shores of the Caspian Sea
Oriental Translation Fund of Great Britain and Ireland, 1842 - Asia - 592 pages
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Agha Agha Mohammed Khan Arabian horse art thou aushik Ayvaz beautiful Beglerbeg Belly-Ahmed Bolly-beg breast Buly Pasha Burji called Chamly-bill Daly Hassan Daly-Ahmed Daly-Mehter Demurchy dost thou drink Dunah Pasha exclaimed eyes father Ghilan Ghilek girl give glou guitar hair Hamza Hamza-beg hand haratch harem Hassan Pasha hast thou head heard heart horse hundred tumans Improvisation Improvisation.—"The inquired Khan Khoja kill kiss Koran Kurro Kurroglou Kurroglou sang Kurroglou's Kyrat look lord master Mazenderan Mehter merchant mother mountains Mustapha-beg neck never night Nouruz pasha live long pasha's daughter piastres Princess Nighara Reyhan Arab roglou rose Roushan sang as follows servant shah sheep shepherd sing song soon soul Sultan Sunnites sweetheart sword Tatar Taulish tell tent thee thine thou art thou hast thou shalt thyself Tokat took town tribe Turk Turkish Turkman vizier warrior wine words Zend