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Definition of "bab" []

  • The Bab title of Mirza Ali Mohammed. 1819–50, Persian religious leader: founded Babism; executed as a heretic of Islam (noun)

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Use "bab" in a sentence
  • "Nine-year-old Halima tried to copy bab, the Arabic word for “door.”"
  • "They occasionally sent down about a thousand Baggara horsemen to that place, and their riders scouted around the bluff rocks and hills bordering the Nile on either side of the "bab," or water-gateway and rapids of Shabluka."
  • "Just to the north of the square we duck through a scalloped doorway, a bab in Arabic, into the mottled and crooked alleyways of the medina."
  • "Nine-year-old Halima tried to copy bab, the Arabic word for “door.”"
  • "They occasionally sent down about a thousand Baggara horsemen to that place, and their riders scouted around the bluff rocks and hills bordering the Nile on either side of the "bab," or water-gateway and rapids of Shabluka."
  • "Yes | No | Report from bigbassfisher wrote 46 weeks 21 hours ago one time i got some twine and some bab wire and almost caught a bass"