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Babylonish

[ bab-uh-lon-ish, -loh-nish, bab-uh-loh-nish, bab-uh-luh-nish ]
/ ˈbæb əˌlɒn ɪʃ, -ˌloʊ nɪʃ, ˌbæb əˈloʊ nɪʃ, ˈbæb ə lə nɪʃ /
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Origin of Babylonish

First recorded in 1525–35; Babylon(ia) + -ish1
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