Origin of Bābī
Related formsBab·ite [bah-bahyt] /ˈbɑ baɪt/, adjective
Examples from the Web for babi
No, the country of Makhno, of the Holocaust by bullet, and of Babi Yar, was not spared the anti-Semitic virus.Bernard-Henri Levy: Ukraine’s Revolutionaries Are Not Fascists|Bernard-Henri Lévy|February 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Babi movement is a very remarkable one, and is spreading far and wide, and doing much to break the power of the priesthood.Henry Martyn Saint and Scholar|George Smith
Fortunately besides the older Babi books, there is an abundance of Bahai literature.
The doctrines appear to be endemic in Persia, and in our own days appeared again in the Babi movement.
Abbas Effendi says,426 "It was done by a certain Babi, by sheer madness, one other person being his accomplice."
Another misrepresentation fostered by them is that of calling the Babi martyrs Bahais.