The best cavalry of the Moghul army was no match for these fiery Dekhan cavaliers.
Dom Diego was, in truth, weary of the idleness of the Moghul officers.
No one, he believed, knew that he belonged to the Moghul forces at all.
All through the Moghul trenches the silence was almost oppressive.
He might make his own terms, perhaps, through Osman Beg, with the Moghul general about the fort.
And even the Moghul empire, which was always at war upon its frontiers, never acquired universal dominion.
Osman Beg had, it was supposed, joined the Moghul army, but where he was serving in its wide empire no one seemed to know or care.
Your women and children, O my sons, will hardly thank ye for abandoning them to the brutal violence of the Moghul soldiers.
"They are clever men, these Moghul engineers," said the engineer officer who had before spoken.
Changing trains at Moghul Serai, we discussed a vital matter as we waited on the platform.
"powerful person," 1670s, from Great Mogul, Mongol emperor of India after the conquest of 1520s, from Persian and Arabic mughal, mughul, alteration of Mongol (q.v.), the Asiatic people.
"elevation on a ski slope," 1961, probably [Barnhart] from Scandinavian (cf. dialectal Norwegian mugje, fem. muga, "a heap, a mound"), or [OED] from southern German dialect mugel in the same sense.