Synonyms for nansur or Related words with nansur

beklan              mallorean              hargokk              aerican              volyen              skolian              jamaillia              tolnedran              bakuba              changamire              kambine              zanscare              chwezi              bukaar              unther              mitrousi              pamanahan              rillanon              singeom              caucasiens              rofehavan              lakfakalle              raalgon              sefes              gushegu              andermani              altumbel              wagshum              mulopwe              sekeletu              agazi              cishaurim              diaresso              ortoqid              toucouleur              kiyawa              varajnuni              tarabon              rajgond              borjigid              antanum              punud              rasgefaanu              kalabi              sungule              archadian              bretonnia              tegulet              raumathar              rozwi             



Examples of "nansur"
The Nansur - The Nansur Empire is a Ketyai nation of the Western Three Seas, and the self-proclaimed inheritor to the Ceneian Empire. At the height of its power, the Nansur Empire extended from Galeoth to Nilnamesh, but has been much reduced by centuries of warfare against the Fanim of Kian.
The Imperial Saik - Anagogic School indentured to the Emperor of Nansur.
The Kianene - Kian is most powerful Ketyai nation of the Three Seas, extending from the southern frontier of the Nansur Empire to Nilnamesh, and founded in the wake of the White Jihad, the holy war waged by the first Fanim against the Nansur Empire from 3743 to 3771.
The Fanim appear analogously to Muslims, as they are desert-dwelling monotheists in conflict with an older related faith. Bakker also uses Islamic terms when describing the Fanim, such as their "White Jihad", a war against the Nansur Empire to the north of Kian. Also, Fanimry has a prohibition against representations of the God, akin to hadith prohibitions against depictions of Muhammad and other rules against idolatry.