Word "SAHIB" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
formerly a term of respect for important white Europeans in colonial India; used after the name

Crossword Clues for SAHIB

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Title a bishop without work engineered The Telegraph Toughie 15 Dec 2021
Indian "master" LA Times Daily 15 Dec 2021
Favouritism overturned holding hard title The Telegraph Toughie 18 Nov 2021
Companion, in Arabic New York Times 23 Sep 2021
Indian title The Washington Post 07 Sep 2021
Indian title LA Times Daily 07 Sep 2021
Hindi 'master' New York Times 03 Aug 2021
''Jungle Book'' title Newsday 07 May 2021
Master, in Hindi The Washington Post 07 Feb 2021
Master, in Hindi LA Times Daily 07 Feb 2021
Hindi honorific Wall Street Journal 15 Oct 2020
Title in colonial India The Washington Post Sunday 26 Jul 2020
Hindu honorific Universal 25 Apr 2020
Indian title of respect The Washington Post 16 Feb 2020
Indian title of respect LA Times Daily 16 Feb 2020
East Indian title Canadiana 20 Jan 2020
Master, in Hindi
Master, in Hindi New York Times 10 Oct 2019
Polite Indian form of address The Times Concise 13 Aug 2019
Mister, in Mumbai Canadiana 27 May 2019
Word from the Arabic for "friend" LA Times Daily 05 Jan 2019
Word from the Arabic for 'friend' The Washington Post 05 Jan 2019
Word from the Arabic for "friend"
Indian title of respect
Master, in Madras Wall Street Journal 23 Oct 2018
Respectful Indian title Universal 23 Jun 2018
Indian honorific Wall Street Journal 19 Mar 2018
Indian title LA Times Daily 07 Jan 2018
Colonial Indian title New York Times 07 Jan 2018
Indian title The Washington Post 07 Jan 2018
Indian title
Respectful Indian title
Master, in Madras
Colonial Indian title
Address of colonial India Newsday 23 Nov 2017
Sir, in India Thomas Joseph 09 Sep 2017
European in India The Telegraph Quick 04 Sep 2017
Indian sir Universal 19 Aug 2017
Title in Kipling tales Newsday 19 May 2017
Sir, in Satna Canadiana 10 Apr 2017
Indian honorific Universal 29 Mar 2017
Hard-hearted prejudice reflected in how Indian addressed European The Telegraph Cryptic 05 Mar 2017
Title meaning 'master' New York Times 23 Feb 2017
Ahmedabad address LA Times Daily 12 Feb 2017
Arabic word for ''friend'' Newsday 11 Feb 2017
Englishman in colonial India Universal 31 Jan 2017
Indian "sir" Universal 13 Jan 2017
Title meaning "master"
Indian "sir"
Ahmedabad address
Indian honorific
Indian sir
Englishman in colonial India
Scottish team moving south includes a colonial The Telegraph Toughie 27 Dec 2016
Hindu term of respect Universal 07 Dec 2016
"Sir" in colonial India USA Today 03 Dec 2016
Master, in colonial India USA Today 29 Oct 2016
Master, in colonial India Wall Street Journal 27 Oct 2016
Colonial title in India Universal 01 Oct 2016
"Sir," in colonial India Universal 28 Sep 2016
Old Indian honorific Universal 24 Jul 2016
''The Jungle Book'' title Newsday 16 Apr 2016
Master New York Times 04 Mar 2016
Indian address Wall Street Journal 11 Feb 2016
'Sir,' in colonial India The Washington Post 02 Feb 2016
Colonial title in India
Old Indian honorific
Master, in colonial India
"Sir," in colonial India
Indian honorific The Washington Post 22 Dec 2015
Title from the Arabic for "master" LA Times Daily 04 Dec 2015
Polite Indian title The Times Concise 06 Nov 2015
Master, in Kolkata Universal 15 Sep 2015
Polite Indian form of address New York Times 19 Jul 2015
Polite title in India Premier Sunday 17 May 2015
Cultured man from a Scottish team back to front The Telegraph Toughie 03 Mar 2015
Master, in Calcutta Universal 14 Feb 2015
Title from the Arabic for "master"
Master, in Calcutta
Polite Indian form of address
Master, in Kolkata
Polite title in India
Master, in Kolkata
Indian honorific
Respectful title in British India
Master, in Mysore
"Kipling __" (2008 bio)
Hindu title
Old Indian honorific
Title of respect in colonial India
Master
Madras title
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Term of respect for a subcontinental ruler
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Indian title
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Title of respect in colonial India
What Punjab called Daddy Warbucks
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Indian honorific
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Term of address in colonial India
Sir, in New Delhi
Title in old India
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Title in colonial India
Indian honorific
Indian honorific
Sir, in old India
Sir, in colonial India
Sir, in colonial India
Title of respect
Sir, on the subcontinent
Form of address in Colonial India
"Sir" to Gunga Din
Old Asian title
Bygone title of respect
Punjabi title
Old Asian title
Term of respect in the Raj
Colonial word for "master," in India
Sir, in India
Form of address in British India
Indian honorific
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Indian term of respect
Indian title
Master of India
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Old term of respect
Term of respect in Ahmedabad
Indian honorific
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Address in "Gunga Din"
Indian honorific
Term of respect in Ahmedabad
Hindu "sir"
Address in Calcutta
Address in Calcutta
Colonial title in India
Madras master
Mahout's master
Hindu honorific
"Master"
Indian title of respect
Madras mister
Sir, in India
Indian title of respect, once
Gunga Din's "sir"
Guru honorific
Indian address
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Term of respect in colonial India
Title of respect in 31-Down
Indian address
Title in old India
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Indian address
Honorific in India
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Hindi for "master"
Respectful title in Raipur
Sir, in old India
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Indian title of respect
"A Passage to India" title
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Term of address in Kipling
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Indian term of respect
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Indian title
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Mysore sir
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Indian honorific
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Indian head, once?
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Hindi for "master"
Sir in New Delhi
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Indian address
Eastern term of respect
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Term of address in Kipling
Colonial term of address
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Madras title
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Indian honorific
Sri
Raj title
Colonial estate owner
Sir in India
Indian title of respect
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Bwana, in Bombay
Bwana, in Bengal
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Mahout's master
Master, in "The Raj Quartet"
Indian V.I.P.
Agra address
Rampur address of respect
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Kipling, to a Hindu
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Hindu's word for Clive
Hindu title
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Relative of tuan
Title, in India
Indian sir
Master, in old India
Kipling, to the Indians
Man who left India.
Former title in India.
Ex-VIP of India
Title of Kipling's day.
Title in colonial India.
Hindu "master."
Title of colonial India.
Masculine title.
Master, in India.
Title found in Kipling tales.
Title meaning "master."
Effendi's equivalent.
Title in India.
Hindu title.
Title used in India.
Title for Kipling.
Relative of "effendi."
"Sir" to Gunga Din.
Title now seldom used in India.
VIP in India.
European in India.
Englishman in India.
Title going out of use.
Title recently dropped in India.
Until recently, title of a European in India.
Title for a European in India.
A European in India.
European's title in India.
Master: Hindu.
Old Indian honorific
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