a Republican who refused to support the party nominee, James G. Blaine, in the presidential campaign of 1884.
a person who is unable to make up his or her mind on an issue, especially in politics; a person who is neutral on a controversial issue.
(US) a neutral or independent person, esp in politics
1832, jocular for “great man, boss, important person,” American English, from Algonquian (Natick) mugquomp “important person” (derived from mugumquomp “war leader”); used from 1884 of Republicans who refused to support James G. Blaine’s presidential candidacy, hence “one who holds himself aloof from party politics.”
[moo-hah-juh-roon, -hah-juh-roon] /mʊˈhɑ dʒəˌrun, -ˌhɑ dʒəˈrun/ plural noun, singular Muhajir [moo-hah-jir] /mʊˈhɑ dʒɪr/ (Show IPA) 1. those who accompanied Muhammad on the Hijra.
[moo-ham-uh d, -hah-muh d] /mʊˈhæm əd, -ˈhɑ məd/ noun 1. Also, Mohammed, Mahomet. a.d. 570–632, Arab prophet: founder of Islam. 2. Elijah (Elijah Poole) 1897–1975, U.S. clergyman: leader of the Black Muslims 1934–75. 3. a male given name. noun 1. (“the Conqueror”) 1430–81, sultan of Turkey 1451–81: conqueror of Constantinople 1453. /mʊˈhæməd/ noun 1. ?570–632 […]
- Muhammad Ahmed
[am-uh d] /ˈæm əd/ noun 1. (“the Mahdi”) 1844–85, Muslim leader in Anglo-Egyptian Sudan.
- Muhammad ali
[ah-lee, ah-lee for 1–4; ah-lee for 5] /ˈɑ li, ɑˈli for 1–4; ɑˈli for 5/ noun 1. (ʿAlī ibn-abu-Talib”the Lion of God”) a.d. c600–661, Arab caliph (cousin and son-in-law of Muhammad). 2. . 3. Mohammed, 1909–63, Pakistani statesman and diplomat. 4. . 5. Muhammad (Cassius (Marcellus) Clay, Jr) born 1942, U.S. boxer: world heavyweight champion […]