(Zahir ed-Din Mohammed) 1483–1530, founder of the Mogul Empire.
Baber immediately fell sick and died of the same disease which had stricken his son.
Autobiography of a YOGI Paramhansa Yogananda
As to the fair, I can add little to the description of it given by Mr. Baber.
Three Years in Western China Alexander Hosie
About half a mile to the right of the palace stands the mosque which contains the remains of the Emperor Baber.
Scenes and Adventures in Affghanistan William Taylor
“Baber continues to work the Presbyterians,” wrote Barillon.
Court Beauties of Old Whitehall W. R. H. Trowbridge
The autobiography of Baber (by Leyden and Erskine) gives interesting details about the country in the 16th century.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 2 Various
And Baber had an experience of this which deeply hurt his pride.
An Australian in China George Ernest Morrison
And in 1526 Ibrahim fell before the conquering arms of the mighty Baber, the founder of the Mogul dynasty.
The World’s Greatest Books, Vol XII. Arthur Mee
Gill took it, I believe, but Baber, Davies and other took the main road.
Across China on Foot Edwin Dingle
But Baber was ashamed of his descent, and despised the Mongol character.
The Siberian Overland Route from Peking to Petersburg, Alexander Michie
Sure his grand-dad Baber—on whom be peace—had the gift, and this babe may have inherited it.
The Adventures of Akbar Flora Annie Steel
original name Zahir ud-Din Mohammed 1483–1530, founder of the Mogul Empire: conquered India in 1526
a baby or child. an innocent or inexperienced person. (usually initial capital letter) Southern U.S. (used, often before the surname, as a familiar name for a boy or man, especially the youngest of a family.) Slang. Sometimes Disparaging and Offensive. a girl or woman, especially an attractive one: Her roommate is a real babe! an […]
any protozoan of the genus Babesia, certain species of which are parasitic and pathogenic for warm-blooded animals. Historical Examples In spite of the detailed study which it has received, the life cycle of babesia bovis has not been satisfactorily worked out. Handbook of Medical Entomology William Albert Riley In babesia canis, Christopher observed developmental stages […]
- Babesia microti
babesia microti Babesia microti Babesia mi·cro·ti (mī-krō’tī) n. A species of Babesia that causes babesiosis in humans, usually transmitted by the northern deer tick.
any of several tick-borne diseases of cattle, dogs, horses, sheep, and swine, caused by a babesia protozoan and characterized by fever and languor. noun (vet science) a tick-borne disease of domesticated and wild mammals as well as humans, caused by a protozoan of the genera Babesia and characterized by fever, anaemia, jaundice, and in severe […]