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Mu·ghal(mo͞o-gŭl′) or Mo·gul (mō′gəl, mō-gŭl′)
1. A member of the force that under Baber invaded India in 1526.
2. A member of the Muslim dynasty founded by Baber that ruled India until 1857.
[Urdu muġal, muġul, from Persian muġul, from Mongolian Moṅgol, Mongol.]
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(Historical Terms) a variant spelling of Mogul
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Mughal[ˈmuːgɑːl] Mogul [ˈməʊgʌl məʊˈgʌl]
adj [dynasty, empire] → moghol(e)
n → Moghol(e) m/fmug shot n → photo f d'identité
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