For they at Moussel are not so well convinced that the devil is the cause of troublesome dreams, as we are at Bagdad.
Some say it is at Bagdad, others at Damascus, others at Pentapolis.
One day, many years ago (he was yet a youth), Jaffar was walking in the environs of Bagdad.
But in Damascus, and still more in Bagdad, things were different.
She came over and sat beside me on the bed, which, under a Bagdad curtain, did duty as a couch.
And, in Bagdad, as elsewhere, despotic power was fatal to its possessors.
The tobacco smoked is generally strong and is either brought from the neighbourhood of Bagdad or grown in the country itself.
Rosh, the big man there, head of them all, is the only native of Bagdad.
Togrul Beg drives the Buyides from Bagdad and establishes his authority there.
The Abassides, who were Mahomet's male heirs, maintained their state at Bagdad.
a pre-Islamic name apparently of Indo-European origin and probably meaning "gift of god," with the first element related to Russian bog "god" and the second to English donor. Marco Polo (13c.) wrote it Baudac.