Bairam

Bairam, a Mohammedan festival of three days at the conclusion of the Ramadan, followed by another of four days, seventy days later, called the Second Bairam, in commemoration of the offering up of Isaac, and accompanied with sacrifices.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Bain, Alexander * Baird, James
Bailey, Philip James
Bailey, Samuel
Baillie, Joanna
Baillie, Lady Grizel
Baillie, Matthew
Baillie, Robert
Baillie, Robert
Bailly, Jean Sylvain
Baily, E. H.
Bain, Alexander
Bairam
Baird, James
Baird, Sir David
Baird, S. Fullerton
Bai`reuth
Baireuth, Wilhelmina, Margravine of
Bajazet` I.
Ba`jus, Michael
Baker, Mount
Baker, Sir Richard
Baker, Sir Samuel White

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