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Definition of Great
GreatMogul Mo*gul", n. [From the Mongolian.]
1. A person of the Mongolian race.
2. (Railroad) A heavy locomotive for freight traffic, having
three pairs of connected driving wheels and a two-wheeled
Great, or Grand, Mogul, the sovereign of the empire
founded in Hindostan by the Mongols under Baber in the
sixteenth century. Hence, a very important personage; a
lord; -- sometimes only mogul.
Great Great, n.
The whole; the gross; as, a contract to build a ship by the
Meaning of Great from wikipedia
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