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Bab ed-Din

[ bahb ed-deen ]
/ ˈbɑb ɛdˈdin /
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noun

the Bab; Ali Muhammad of Shiraz, 1819–50, a Persian religious leader: founder of Bābī.

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Origin of Bab ed-Din

From Arabic bāb al-dīn “gate(way) of the faith”
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