Definition of Moguls
1. Noun. (plural of mogul) ¹
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Definition of Moguls
1. mogul [n] - See also: mogul
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Moguls
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Literary usage of Moguls
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon (1899)
"1663, in 4to.;) and his xth Dynasty is that of the moguls of Persia. Asse- mannus (Bibliot. Orient, torn, ii.) has extracted some facts from his ..."
2. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon (1900)
"Hit death, AD 1227 Conquest-) of the moguls under the ... by general consent, was proclaimed Great Khan, or emperor of the moguls and Tartars. ..."
3. The history of India by Mountstuart Elphinstone (1889)
"... had by this time come to a settlement with the moguls ; and Sivaji, ... appeared in greater strength than ever, and took several forts from the moguls. ..."
4. Readings in European History: A Collection of Extracts from the Sources by James Harvey Robinson (1906)
"... and his other predecessors, he was the The moguls tenth of those that were ... daughter of the prince of the nations of Great Tartary, called moguls, ..."
5. Universal History, Ancient and Modern: From the Earliest Records of Time, to by William Fordyce Mavor (1802)
"History of the moguls and Tartars, from tfie time of' ... These moguls, after various revolutions, became divided into three branches; viz. the Mo- fals ..."
6. History of Europe During the Middle Ages by Henry Hallam (1899)
"A more tremendous storm ensued in the eruption of moguls under the sons of ... which subsisted by incursions into the territory of the moguls or the Greeks. ..."
7. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon (1866)
"... by general consent, was proclaimed great khan, or emperor of the moguls and Tartars. He was succeeded by his son G-ayuk, after whose death the empire ..."
8. History of the Rise of the Mahomedan Power in India: Till the Year A. D. 1612 by John Briggs (1829)
"Gallant defence of the garrison. — Intrepidity of Chand Beeby. — The moguls are repulsed. — A treaty concluded, by which the Nizam Shahy state formally ..."