/ (ˈkɑːbə) /
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a variant spelling of Kaaba
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How to use Caaba in a sentence
You know, then, of this Caaba—of the God they worship there?
So then, this Caaba, according to tradition, is of early origin?
Straight on towards the Caaba he went, looking neither to right nor to left.
Then shall the Caaba be the home and temple of one God only who brooks no rival on earth or in heaven.'The Last of the Legions and Other Tales of Long Ago|Arthur Conan Doyle
The caaba, or great black stone, preserved by the Mahometans in the Temple of Mecca, had probably a celestial origin.