(Zahir ed-Din Mohammed) 1483–1530, founder of the Mogul Empire.
Contemporary Examples

Our 57 writers otherwise showed an astonishing breadth of interest and erudition, from Babar to The New Larousse Gastronomique.
The Best of Brit Lit Peter Stothard November 24, 2009

Babar Qureshi, 59, of Iselin, New Jersey, is identified as one of the leaders of the conspiracy.
How to Commit a $200 Million Scam: Inside the Year’s Most Shocking Credit Card Fraud Daniel Gross February 5, 2013

Historical Examples

But for the sake of Babar the brave they might always count on his sword and the sabres of fifty or more of his followers.
The Adventures of Akbar Flora Annie Steel

The Purana-Killa, or the old fortress of the palace of Babar, is much decayed.
A Woman’s Journey Round the World Ida Pfeiffer

At weddings in the Babar Islands, the bridegroom has to hunt for his bride in a darkened room.
Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 1 (of 6) Havelock Ellis

“A chip of the old block,” said an ancient mountain chief, who had known his grandfather Babar, and many others nodded assent.
The Adventures of Akbar Flora Annie Steel

Then suddenly an old, thin voice—the voice of the old mountain chief, who remembered Babar the brave—rose on the silence.
The Adventures of Akbar Flora Annie Steel

That was not one which any son of Babar’s was ever likely to break.
The Adventures of Akbar Flora Annie Steel

a variant spelling of Baber
original name Zahir ud-Din Mohammed 1483–1530, founder of the Mogul Empire: conquered India in 1526

The elephant hero of a series of witty children’s books written and illustrated by the twentieth-century French author Jean de Brunhoff and, later, by his son, Laurent de Brunhoff.


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