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Assassins of Alamut
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Etymology: [ &-'sa-s&n ] (noun.) circa 1520. Medieval Latin assassinus, from Arabic hashshAshIn, plural of hashshAsh one who smokes or chews hashish, from hashIsh hashish.
1assassin suikastçı  isim
2assassin gizlice adam öIdüren kimse
3Assassin suikâstçi  isim
4Assassin katil  isim
5assassin ismaili mezhebinin Haşşâşin denilen koluna mensup olan kimse
6Assassin suikastçi
7assassin kiralık katil
8 group of Muslim extremists in Syria and Persia who sought to assassinate Crusaders  isim
9 plural of assassin
10assassin To assassinate
11assassin (historically) A member of the historical Ismaili Muslim militant group
12assassin One who is motivated by political reasons or money to intentionally kill a particular person
13assassin Any ruthless killer
14Assassin member of a group of Muslim extremists in Syria and Persia who sought to assassinate Crusaders  isim
15assassin one who murders premeditatedly, one who secretly murders another  isim
16assassin An assassin is a person who assassinates someone. He saw the shooting and memorised the number of the assassin's car. someone who murders an important person (assassinus, from hashshashin , from hashish). properly Nizriyyah Byname for any member of a sub-sect of Ismil Shite Muslims who operated in parts of Iran and Syria from the 11th to the 13th century. The order takes its name from the purported use of hashish to induce ecstatic visions of paradise among its devotees (hashshshn, "hashish smokers" whence is derived the English term) before they set out to face martyrdom. The Assassins operated out of series of mountain fortresses and, seeing assassination as a religious duty, engaged in a long campaign of murder against members of the Sunnite community, including numerous officials of the Abbsid and Seljq dynasties, and others. The Assassins' power was finally broken by the Mongols, who captured the great Assassin stronghold of Alamt in Iran in 1256. The Syrian branch was destroyed by the Mamlk Baybars I in 1271-73. Leadership of the Nizr order continued until modern times in the line of the Aga Khans, a family prominent worldwide as philanthropists and public servants
17assassin a member of a secret order of Muslims (founded in the 12th century) who terroriszed and killed Christian Crusaders
18assassin a murderer (especially one who kills a prominent political figure) who kills by a treacherous surprise attack and often is hired to do the deed; "his assassins were hunted down like animals"; "assassinators of kings and emperors"
19assassin One who kills, or attempts to kill, by surprise or secret assault; one who treacherously murders any one unprepared for defense
20assassin A member of the historical Ismaili Muslim militant group
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