See also:group of
See also:short narrow streets of stalls under one roof . The word has spread westward into Arabic,
See also:Turkish and, in
See also:special senses,. into
See also:languages, and eastward it has invaded India, where it has been generally adopted . In
See also:southern India and
See also:bazaar means a single
See also:shop or
See also:stall . The word seems to have early reached South
See also:Europe (probably through Turkish), for F . Balducci Pegolotti in his
See also:mercantile handbook (c . 1340) gives " bazarra " as a Genoese word for market-place . The Malayan peoples have adopted the word as pazar . The meaning of the word has been much extended in
See also:English, where it is now
See also:equivalent to any sale, for charitable or mere commercial purposes, of mixed goods and
See also:work .
ACHILLE FRANCOIS BAZAINE (1811–1888)
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