OTHER WORDS FROM Babylonianpost-Bab·y·lo·ni·an, adjectivepre-Bab·y·lo·ni·an, adjectivepseu·do-Bab·y·lo·ni·an, adjective, noun
How to use Babylonian in a sentence
The exact origin of its discovery is unknown, but may have arisen from a hunt led by the Babylonians.
The Babylonians had discovered that a death of agony could be accomplished by means of myriads of ants.
Babylonians were once far more numerous than Jews, and Jews than Christians, to-day the last exceed vastly both the others.
The representation of Deities under the form of birds was familiar to the ancient Babylonians.The Cradle of Mankind|W.A. Wigram
Like the Ancient Egyptians, the Babylonians also had their kindly spirits who brought luck and the various enjoyments of life.Myths of Babylonia and Assyria|Donald A. Mackenzie
The Greeks divided the natural day into twelve hours—a practice derived from the Babylonians.