baba

IPA: bˈʌbʌ

noun

  • A kind of sponge cake soaked in rum-flavoured syrup.
  • (especially among people of East European ancestry) A grandmother.
  • An old woman, especially a traditional old woman from an eastern European culture.
  • (especially among people of Indian or Chinese ancestry) A father.
  • (Hinduism, Islam, Sikhism) A holy man, a spiritual leader.
  • (British India) A baby, child.
  • In baby talk, often used for a variety of words beginning with b, such as bottle or blanket.

Examples of "baba" in Sentences

  • Hi Baba and thanks for the note.
  • It was time for Baba ji to speak.
  • Birinchi Baba claims to be ageless.
  • They arrange to bring baba to the city.
  • There is a temple dedicated to Baba here.
  • They arrange to bring 'baba' to the city.
  • According to this tradition it was Baba b.
  • The aura Baba projected was not that of a man.
  • Baba ceremoniously planted a tree on the Center.
  • Baba Safari was the father of history of Ardabil.
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  • I will say that in some places the eggpant-tahini dip is called baba ganoush and in some places it's called moutabbal, so confusion is understandable.
  • In fact, until Caleb lost his bottle, he slept just fine, possibly because the baba was his "cue" to stop thinking and fall asleep, and he needs a new "cue".
  • In one of the culinary curiosities of the Middle East, eggplant and tahini dip is called baba ghanoush all over Lebanon, and as soon as you cross the border into Syria it's called moutabal.

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