Translation of sultan in Spanish:


sultán, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsəltn//ˈsʌlt(ə)n/


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    sultán masculine
    • The Dutch tried to put it together and were able to keep it together through playing sultans and local princes and potentates off against one another for several centuries.
    • This is a deeply moving drama in which the wise Nathan acts as a mediator between Saladin, the Muslim sultan, and Conrad, an intemperate templar knight.
    • Campolo told of how St. Francis of Assisi left the Christian army during the Crusades, went to the tent of a sultan leading the Muslim army and tried to win him to Christ.
    • Centuries ago the Muslim sultans of Gujarat prohibited the people from drinking alcohol.
    • Chiefs and rajas, sultans and potentates succumbed to western authority with no apparent regret on the part of their subjects.
    • For hundreds of years into the empire, the preferred language of the sultans was Persian and their courtly customs and aspirations were shaped by Iranian models.
    • By the end of the twelfth century, Muslim sultans had come to ascendancy in Gujarat, marking the onset of many centuries of Islamic power in the region - and the end of the glory days of the Hindu stepwell.
    • For an encore he invaded India in 1398 on the pretext that the Muslim sultan of Delhi was being too tolerant of his Hindu subjects.
    • The sultan escorted the Oxford-educated prince wearing a gold crown and a kris dagger tucked into his sash to a golden chair on the dais.
    • Balian did in fact play a crucial role as a Crusader noble in the events surrounding the fall of Jerusalem in 1187 to the Muslim sultan Saladin.
    • According to that legend, the sultan who built the gorgeously white Taj Mahal as a tomb for his wife constructed a black replica for himself across the river Agra.
    • In the fifteen century, Islamic sultans arrived in Malay and founded the state or sultanate of Melaka (also spelled Malacca).
    • Oman is a sultanate (a type of monarchy) with a sultan as the head of state and head of government.
    • The architecture is inspired by a 17th century Malay sultan's palace.
    • This conflict was resolved temporarily by the Treaty of Seeb, which granted the imam autonomous rule in the interior, while recognizing the nominal sovereignty of the sultan elsewhere.
    • For me, the central message of the book was just how little contact there was between the sultan's Muslim subjects and those of his other peoples, such as the Christians and the Jews, let alone visiting foreigners.
    • Eventually, the Sultan and Jefri settled out of court.
    • Zanzibar received its independence from the United Kingdom on December 19, 1963, as a constitutional monarchy under the sultan.
    • For many centuries, sultans ruled Morocco from the ancient capitals of Fez and Marrakesh.
    • Sultans rule nine of the states, and three are ruled by governors.