[ bah-hah-ool-lah ]
/ bɑˈhɑ ʊlˈlɑ /
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How to use Bahaullah in a sentence
Or a reference to Enron, or Elian Gonzalez, or the Baha Men.‘Selfie’ Is Both a Brilliant and Terrible TV Show|Kevin Fallon|September 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Since the faith was founded by a man named Baha Allah in 19th-century Persia, Bahais have often been persecuted.Silenced in Iran: The Plight of Bahai Prisoners of Conscience|Roxana Saberi|June 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But later the number nine, the number of Baha, has come more into use.
Following the Bab again, Baha Ullah promulgated a new alphabet.
There were nineteen kinds of it; one kind was called the Khatti-Baha.
A complete copy in Baha's own handwriting showed the subterfuge.
Moreover, it was customary to prepare the food for Azal in the kitchen of Baha.'
British Dictionary definitions for Bahaullah
/ (ˌbɑːhɑːˈʊlə) /
title of Mirza Hosein Ali . 1817–92, Persian religious leader: originally a Shiite Muslim, later a disciple of the Bab: founder of the Baha'í Faith
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