Two earlier Saudi kingdoms were defeated by the Ottoman Empire and eradicated.
Tribal, sectarian and territorial conflicts made it a constantly turbulent place, despite the hammer of Ottoman rule.
After decades of oppression and state-sanctioned violence, some Armenians did revolt against the Ottoman state during the war.
Ottoman imperialism is now religiously overlooked for inclusion in postcolonial studies at Western universities.
The Ottoman Turkish writer Evliga Celebi looked at its sculpted frieze and saw crocodiles, jinns, demons, mice, and Satan.
Schwarz stands behind the Ottoman, his palette and brushes in his hands.
By the sword the Ottoman Empire was reared and by the sword it has been ruled ever since.
And the talk of reforms in the Ottoman Empire is an idle and diplomatic fiction.
As she spoke, she seated herself on an Ottoman, and pointed to a place at her side.
Gora watched him from her Ottoman, where she sat stark upright, as usual, and smoking calmly.
1580s (n.), c.1600 (adj.), from French Ottoman, from Italian Ottomano, from Arabic 'Uthmani "of or belonging to 'Uthman," Arabic masc. proper name, which in Turkish is pronounced Othman (see Osmanli), name of the founder of the dynasty and empire. Ending altered in Italian by formation of a new false singular, because -i was a plural inflection in Italian. Byron used the more correct form Othman, and a few writers have followed him. The type of couch so called (1806) because one reclined on it, which was associated with Eastern customs (see couch).