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- n. Alternative form of Bulgar.
- adj. Alternative form of Bulgar.
- proper n. Alternative form of Bulgar.
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There was a city called Bulghar on the River Volga, near the River Kiama in the land of the Bulghars
Bulghar is pre steamed whereas broken wheat is not.
Bulghar wheat, cous-cous or leftover pasta with chopped vegetables and refreshing chopped herbs makes a delicious change to sandwiches.
The Bolgar, Bulgar, or Bulghar, here spoken of is the name of a town and extensive district in Tartary, lying to the eastward of the Volga, and now inhabited by the Bashkirs, sometimes distinguished from the Bulgaria on the Danube, by the appellation of the Greater Bulgaria.