baba

term of respect for an old man

Baba

A small cake made from a yeast dough, typically containing raisins or currants, baked in a cylindrical mold, and then soaked in a rum-flavored syrup.
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Baba

India Taken from the English 'baby' but then applied in other expressions: 'baba log' for baby people and 'missy baba' for little miss
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baba

[n] - a small cake leavened with yeast
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baba

Title formerly given in Persia and Turkey to members of certain dervish orders. ...
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Baba

Ba'ba noun [ French] A kind of plum cake.
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baba

noun a small cake leavened with yeast
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Baba

• (n.) A kind of plum cake.
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Baba

Baba is a African girl name. The meaning of the name is `Born on Thursday ` The name Baba doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Baba seems to be unique!
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Baba

[Serbia] Baba (Serbian Cyrillic: Баба) is a mountain in central Serbia, east of the city of Paraćin. It has an elevation of 657 metres above sea level. At the northern edge of the mountain, there is Orthodox monastery Lešje from 14th century. ...
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Baba

[honorific] Baba (lang-fa: بابا, lang-urبابا, lang-ps; Sanskrit, Punjabi, Bengali, Hindi and Marathi: {IAST|बाबा}; father; grandfather; wise old man; sir,) is a Persian honorific term used in several West and South Asian cultures. It is used as a mark of respect to refer to Sufi saints.{cn|date=July 2013} The Bektashi Order,...
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Baba

[Alevism] An Alevi and sunni religious leader related to a Dede in Sufism. ==List of Notable Babas== ...
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Baba

[yacht] ==Baba Sailing Boats== The range of Baba cruising yachts includes the Baba 30, Baba 35 and the Baba 40. The number represents the length, on deck, in feet. These yachts were designed by Robert Perry and built by Ta Shing Yacht Building Company, Ltd. in Tainan, Taiwan from 1978 through 1985. Other variations of these yachts came late...
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Baba

A baba is a small cake of leavened dough, sometimes mixed with currants and usually soaked in rum (then called a rum baba).
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Baba

Sponge cake (often soaked in rum)
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Baba

Sponge cake (often soaked in rum)
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Baba

A term of affection and respect for a saint or holy man.
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Baba

A small cake made from an enriched yeast dough, often flavored with candied fruits, and soaked with a rum or Kirsch syrup after baking. This dough is also used to make the larger savarin.
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Baba

Sponge cake (often soaked in rum)
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Baba

[Nepal] Nepal is a tiny country located in Himalayas. Most of people in Nepal are Hindus and speak nepali which is derived from ancient Sanskrit language. In Nepali language Baba stands for father. Baba can be pronounced in many different ways. Baba, bau Buwa, pitaji, ba, are interchangeably used in Nepal. ...
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Baba

[bread] Baba ({zh|粑粑}) is a type of thick, round, heavy bread that is prepared either plain or with various fillings by the Naxi people of north-western Yunnan, China. It can be sweet or savory.{fact|date=August 2014} ...
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