Mughal, a word related to the Mongols, may refer to the:
- Mughal Empire of South Asia
- Mughal emperors
- Mughal (tribe), the central Asian tribe from which the rulers of the Mughal Empire hailed
- Mughal architecture
- Mughal painting
- Mughlai cuisine
- Mughal gardens
- Mogul (disambiguation) - an English version of "Mughal"
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Mughal — variant transliteration of MOGUL (Cf. mogul) (1) … Etymology dictionary
Mughal — /mooh geuhl/, n., adj. Mogul (defs. 1, 2, 6). * * * (as used in expressions) Mughal architecture Mughal dynasty Mughal painting * * * … Universalium
Mughal — Recorded in many forms including Mogg and Mugg, the diminutives Moggle, Muggall, Muggull, and Muggle, and the dialectals Mughal, Maghull and Maghall, and possibly others, this is an English surname. It derives however spelt, from the female given … Surnames reference
mughal — n. 1 a Mongolian. 2 (attrib.) denoting the Muslim dynasty in India in the 16th 19th c. (cf. MOGUL 2b). Etymology: Pers. mugul MONGOL * * * Mughal variant of Mogul … Useful english dictionary
Mughal — variant of mogul … New Collegiate Dictionary
mughal — I. noun see mogul I, 1 II. adjective see mogul I … New Collegiate Dictionary
Mughal — n. (also known as Mogul) empire located in India famous for its architecture painting and carpets (1526 1857) … English contemporary dictionary
Mughal — [ mu:gα:l] noun variant spelling of Mogul … English new terms dictionary
Mughal — /ˈmugəl/ (say moohguhl) noun → Mogul … Australian English dictionary
Mughal (tribe) — Mughal Total population 2,666,000 Regions with significant populations • India • … Wikipedia