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Kabir

[kuh-beer] /kəˈbɪər/
noun
1.
fl. late 15th century, Hindu religious reformer.
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  • In his private life Kabir was a married man and had several children.

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  • Phalaris strongly sympathized with Kabir's disgust with the slaves.

    Istar of Babylon Margaret Horton Potter
  • Then, suddenly, Kabir's snores ceased, and he sat cautiously up.

    Istar of Babylon Margaret Horton Potter
  • Kabir, with a kind of wonderment at his own curiosity, started at a half-run to follow.

    Istar of Babylon Margaret Horton Potter
  • Kabir, in the mean time, found his admiration of the shepherd increasing.

    Istar of Babylon Margaret Horton Potter
  • Kabir will join us there after the service is ended, and with him you will go down to the ship.

    Istar of Babylon Margaret Horton Potter
  • "You have heard what my brother says," continued Kabir, in Greek.

    Istar of Babylon Margaret Horton Potter
  • Kabir's bed, across the room, had been slept on, but was empty now.

    Istar of Babylon Margaret Horton Potter
  • Kabir dropped his hold, but Charmides made no move to go on.

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Kabir

/kəˈbɪə/
noun
1.
1440–1518, Indian religious leader who pioneered a religious movement that combined elements of Islam and Hinduism and is considered the precursor of Sikhism
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