Bahadur
Bahadur Ba*ha"dur ||Bahaudur Ba*hau"dur, n. [Written also {bahawder}.] [Hind. bah[=a]dur hero, champion.] A title of respect or honor given to European officers in East Indian state papers, and colloquially, and among the natives, to distinguished officials and other important personages. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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  • Bahadur — (Persian: بهادر , of Altaic origin) may refer to:* The Persian form of the word Baghatur. * Two rulers of the Mughal Empire were named Bahadur Shah. * Bahadur is a common middle name used by Nepali people. * Bahadur is a common forename used by… …   Wikipedia

  • Bahadur — Abu’l Ghazi Bahadur (* 1603; † 1663) war ein Khan von Chiwa (reg. 1643 1663, abgedankt) und ein Geschichtsschreiber. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Familienstreitigkeiten, Exil 2 Als Khan 3 Als Geschichtsschreiber 4 Anmerkungen 5 Litera …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • bahadur — /beuh haw door, hah /, n. (often cap.) a title of respect commonly affixed to the names of European officers in Indian documents or used in ceremonious mention by Indians: Jonas Sahib Bahadur. [1770 80; < Hindi bahadur brave, brave person < Pers …   Universalium

  • bahadur — /bəˈhadə/ (say buh hahduh) noun (a title of respect commonly affixed to the names of officers and public figures in India.) {Hindi bahādur hero, from Persian} …   Australian English dictionary

  • bahadur — bəˈhȯdə(r), ˈhä , ˈhȧ noun ( s) Etymology: Hindi bahādur hero, champion, from Persian India : a distinguished person used as a title of respect …   Useful english dictionary

  • bahadur — noun A warrior, especially a Mongol …   Wiktionary

  • bahadur —  A title of respect in India …   Bryson’s dictionary for writers and editors

  • bahadur — ba·ha·dur …   English syllables

  • bahadur —   n. Indian title of respect; slang, self important official …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • Bahadur Yar Jung — Born Muhammad Bahadur Khan 3 February 1905(1905 02 03) Hyderabad, Hyderabad Deccan Died 25 June 1944 …   Wikipedia

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