Moghul is also known as Mughal.
Moghul (plural Moghuls)
- A head of the Mongolian dynasty founded by Zahīr-ud-Dīn Muhammed Bābur (1483-1530) which controlled large parts of southern Asia from the 16th to the 19th centuries.
- (now historical) A Mongol or Mongolian, especially a member or follower of the Moghul dynasty.
- An important or successful person; a magnate. (Now usually as mogul.)
head of Mongol dynasty
Mongol or Mongolian, or follower of dynasty
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Moghul (not comparable)
- Relating to the Mughal Empire