Words nearby bani
Definition for bani (2 of 5)
verb (used with object), banned, ban·ning.
- to pronounce an ecclesiastical curse upon.
- to curse; execrate.
- a proclamation.
- a public condemnation.
Origin of ban1
ANTONYMS FOR ban
OTHER WORDS FROM banban·na·ble, adjectiveun·banned, adjective
Definition for bani (3 of 5)
- the summoning of the sovereign's vassals for military service.
- the body of vassals summoned.
Origin of ban2
Definition for bani (4 of 5)
Origin of ban3
Definition for bani (5 of 5)
noun, plural ba·ni [bah-nee] /ˈbɑ ni/.
Origin of ban4
Examples from the Web for bani
Bani Walid had become a center for fugitives from justice.
But they admitted many hardcore Bani Walid fighters had slipped away during the night.
The already existent ill will between the two tribes increased last year when Bani Walid sided with Gaddafi during the uprising.
The United Nations has expressed concern about the assault on Bani Walid, 105 miles from Tripoli.
For three days, Bani Walid has come under withering Grad rocket barrages.
Then the women interfered, and Bani went away for a few days.Mashi and Other Stories|Rabindranath Tagore
The whole tribe of the Bani Koreiza was not executed, nor all the male prisoners were put to the sword.
Bani was also a musical composer; there are excellent airs and themes of his.The Bbur-nma in English|Babur, Emperor of Hindustan
The war of Basús has been already alluded to under Bani Bakr.
The king sent the bani of Bosnia and Croatia to help them, but the Venetian senate bought the rescuers off!The Shores of the Adriatic|F. Hamilton Jackson