from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A member of the force that under Baber conquered India in 1526.
- n. A member of the Muslim dynasty founded by Baber that ruled India until 1857.
- n. A Mongol or Mongolian.
- n. A very rich or powerful person; a magnate.
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- proper n. Alternative spelling of Moghul.
The word Mogul comes from the Persian for Mongol, since the Moguls’ roots were traceable to Timur often called Tamerlane, a Turkic warlord of Mongol ancestry whose hordes poured from Central Asia westward into Anatolia, southward into Persia, and eastward across northern India.
Is Sonic really involved in Mogulâ€ ™ s dastardly schemes, and if so, how?
Mogul, is in the fourteenth degree from Timour, by Miran Shah, his third son.
That’s because the once super-powerful villain Mammoth Mogul is threatening to revive the Fearsome Foursome … from behind bars!
As for the Great Mogul, that is among the most extraordinary of stories.
He acknowledged that the Mogul is a newspaper man at heart, and perhaps takes a more active editorial interest in that medium than in Sky news, but I though the story was interesting in itself.
BABER, or BABAR (1483-1530), a famous conqueror of India and founder of the so-called Mogul dynasty.
For a more detailed description of the factors that could cause such a difference, please refer to Mogul Energy's filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
The Mogul was his sovereign, and, by his authority, it was in your power to dispose of the vizierate, and of every office of state which Sujah Dowlah held under the emperor: for he hated him mortally, and was desirous of dispossessing him of everything.
Baber entered India and founded the "Mogul" Empire.