nawab

nobleman, governor

Nawab

India The Muslim equivalent of a Maharajah, originally used to denote a senior official in the Mohgul Empire.
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Nawab

Na·wab' noun A rich, retired Anglo-Indian; a nabob.
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Nawab

Na·wab' noun [ See Nabob .] A deputy ruler or viceroy in India; also, a title given by courtesy to other persons of high rank in the East.
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nawab

noun a governor in India during the Mogul empire
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Nawab

• (n.) A deputy ruler or viceroy in India; also, a title given by courtesy to other persons of high rank in the East. • (n.) A deputy ruler or viceroy in India; also, a title given by courtesy to other persons of high rank in the East. • (n.) A rich, retired Anglo-Indian; a nabob.
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Nawab

A Navvab or Nawaab (نوّاب) is an honorific title ratified and bestowed by the reigning Mughal Emperor to semi-autonomous Muslim rulers of princely states in South Asia. `Nawab` usually refers to males; the female equivalent is `Begum` or `Nawab Begum`. The primary duty of a Nawab was to uphold the sovereignty of the Mughal Emperor along...
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