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Caaba

/ˈkɑːbə/
noun
1.
a variant spelling of Kaaba
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  • The "caaba" is originally a black stone which is kissed or rubbed at Mecca.

    History of Religion

    Allan Menzies
  • This was the besom with which they had swept the holy house, the caaba, and the Beth Alla.

    Voltaire's Romances Franois-Marie Arouet
  • You know, then, of this caaba—of the God they worship there?

    The Days of Mohammed

    Anna May Wilson
  • So then, this caaba, according to tradition, is of early origin?

    The Days of Mohammed

    Anna May Wilson
  • Straight on towards the caaba he went, looking neither to right nor to left.

    The Days of Mohammed

    Anna May Wilson
  • The Mahometans assert that the caaba was lowered directly from the celestial paradise exactly at the centre of the earth.

    The Sacred Tree J. H. Philpot
  • In the world-famous city of Mecca, two men stood by the arch that leads to the immortal caaba.

    The Lance of Kanana Harry W. French
  • Hubal, the chief god of the caaba, disappears; Allah becomes the sole god of the shrine.

    History of Religion

    Allan Menzies
  • The famous stone in the caaba at Mecca, is probably a stone of meteoric origin.

    Astronomical Curiosities J. Ellard Gore
  • From the pulpit of the caaba he reiterated, "O my hearers, I am only a man like yourselves."

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