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Meanings of Babudom:

noun

The world of babus; babus collectively.

Meanings of Babuism:

noun

The fact or condition of being a babu; the culture, characteristics, or typical behaviour of babus.

Meanings of Babul:

noun

(in south asia) a tropical acacia introduced from africa, used as a source of fuel, gum arabic, and (formerly) tannin.

Usage examples:

During the ahmedabad action, gandhi wrote leaflets to his followers, the mill workers, every day, a…

Meanings of Babuls:

noun

(in south asia) a tropical acacia introduced from africa, used as a source of fuel, gum arabic, and (formerly) tannin.

Usage examples:

During the ahmedabad action, gandhi wrote leaflets to his followers, the mill workers, every day, a…

Meanings of Babus:

noun

A respectful title or form of address for a man, especially an educated one.

Usage examples:

I could see kana-babu's shop

Meanings of Babushka:

noun

(in russia) an old woman or grandmother.

Usage examples:

Shouldn't we give up the nervous fingering of the beads of the grandmas and the babushkas?

Meanings of Babushkas:

noun

(in russia) an old woman or grandmother.

Usage examples:

Shouldn't we give up the nervous fingering of the beads of the grandmas and the babushkas?

Meanings of Baby:

noun

A very young child.

Usage examples:

His wife's just had a baby
adjective

Comparatively small or immature of its kind.

Usage examples:

A baby version of the oxford movement
verb

Treat (someone) as a baby; pamper or be overprotective towards.

Usage examples:

Her aunt babied her and fussed over her clothes

Baby blues

ˈbeɪ.bi ˌbluːz

Meanings of Baby blues:

noun

A feeling of sadness that some women experience after they have given birth to a baby

Usage examples:

According to this article, as many as 60 percent of women suffer from the baby blues.

Baby boomer

ˈbeɪ.bi ˌbuː.mər

Meanings of Baby boomer:

noun

A person born in the years following the second world war, when there was a temporary marked increase in the birth rate.

Usage examples:

America's healthcare costs are expected to soar as baby boomers become senior citizens

Baby-buggy

ˈbeɪ.bi ˌkær.ɪdʒ

Meanings of Baby-buggy:

noun

A small bed for carrying a baby that has four wheels and a wide handle for pushing it

Baby-carriage

ˈbeɪ.bi ˌkær.ɪdʒ

Meanings of Baby-carriage:

noun

A small bed for carrying a baby that has four wheels and a wide handle for pushing it

Meanings of Baby-food:

noun

A stomach that temporarily sticks out as if you are pregnant, caused by eating a large amount

Usage examples:

I once ate a burrito the size of a bowling ball that left me with a food baby for 2 days.

Meanings of Babydom:

noun

The world of babies; babies collectively.

Meanings of Babyfied:

adjective

Having or characterized by the attributes of a baby.

Meanings of Babyhood:

noun

The period of time when you are a baby

Meanings of Babying:

verb

Treat (someone) as a baby; pamper or be overprotective towards.

Usage examples:

Her aunt babied her and fussed over her clothes
noun

A very young child.

Usage examples:

His wife's just had a baby
adjective

Comparatively small or immature of its kind.

Usage examples:

A baby version of the oxford movement

Meanings of Babyish:

adjective

Typical of or suitable for a baby; childish.

Usage examples:

He pursed his mouth into a babyish pout

Meanings of Babyism:

noun

Babyhood.

Meanings of Babylon:

noun

(chiefly among rastafarians) a contemptuous or dismissive term for aspects of white culture seen as degenerate or oppressive, especially the police.

Usage examples:

Praise them for bringing a new rectitude to babylon
proper noun

An ancient city in mesopotamia, the capital of babylonia in the 2nd millennium bc. the city (of which only ruins now remain) lay on the river euphrates and was noted by classical writers for its luxury, its fortifications, and its legendary hanging gardens.

Meanings of Babylonia:

proper noun

An ancient region of mesopotamia, formed when the kingdoms of akkad in the north and sumer in the south combined in the first half of the 2nd millennium bc.

Meanings of Babylonian:

noun

An inhabitant of babylon or babylonia.

Usage examples:

Dwarfed by the great empires of the sumerians, akkadians, babylonians and egyptians, were the hebre…
adjective

Relating to babylon or babylonia.

Usage examples:

The palace was never rebuilt after its destruction at the hands of the babylonian ruler hammurabi i…

Meanings of Babylonians:

noun

An inhabitant of babylon or babylonia.

Usage examples:

Dwarfed by the great empires of the sumerians, akkadians, babylonians and egyptians, were the hebre…
adjective

Relating to babylon or babylonia.

Usage examples:

The palace was never rebuilt after its destruction at the hands of the babylonian ruler hammurabi i…

Meanings of Babylonic:

adjective

Of, relating to, or resembling (that of) babylon or babylonia.

Meanings of Babylonism:

noun

A babylonian word, phrase, etc. compare "babylonian".

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