mogul definition

  • noun:
    • a tiny hard mound or bump on a ski pitch.
    • a rich or effective person; a magnate
    • a hump or bump on a skiing piste
    • one of Mongolian battle.
    • some of the Mongolian peoples just who conquered parts of India and established an empire enduring from 1526 to 1857. Also, some of their descendents.
    • huge locomotive for cargo traffic, having three pairs of attached driving tires and a two-wheeled vehicle.
    • a good personage; magnate; autocrat.
    • A Mongol or Mongolian; especially, ever, among supporters of Baber, conqueror of Hindustan in sixteenth century.
    • A name to get the best quality of playing-cards.
    • Hence— Any great personage.
    • an extremely rich or powerful businessman
    • an associate of Muslim dynasty that ruled India until 1857
    • a bump on a ski pitch
  • others:
    • Of or relating to the Moguls, and/or Mongol kingdom in Asia: because, the Mogul language; the Mogul dynasty.

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