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- n. Archaic form of pharaoh.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See Pharaoh, 2.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as faro.
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Shouting would be futile—the pharaon would not hear.
According to the latest rumours, a young pharaon wearing the White Crown had even reached Qis.
But you are the pharaon, and your age is of no importance.
‘Your attitude is unworthy of a pharaon,’ declared Anat.
The cargo-boats were now travelling south; the pharaon thought of the moment when they would arrive in Thebes and be offered to Amon.
He was a twenty-year-old pharaon who was insistent upon carrying out his duties to the full.
In the western canal, Jannas was hindered by his own vessels, which had no room to turn and come back at the Egyptians, some of whom sacrificed themselves to protect the pharaon.
His men would not hold out for long, and he must hide somewhere to wait for the pharaon and beg his mercy.
‘The current situation is a stalemate,’ said the pharaon.
The pharaon and his mother went to the granary doors.