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Ali Baba (Legendary character)

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    • Baba, Ali (Legendary character)
    • Alibaba (Legendary character)
    • علي بابا (Legendary character)
    • Али Баба (Legendary character)
    • עלי באבא (Legendary character)
    • アリババ (Legendary character)
    • Ari Baba (Legendary character)
    • Aribaba (Legendary character)
    • Алибобо (Legendary character)
    • Alibobo (Legendary character)
    • Алі-Баба (Legendary character)
    • אלי באבא (Legendary character)
    • 阿里巴巴 (Legendary character)
    • Ali Baba (Fictitious character)
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        Legendary character
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        Fictitious characters
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  • Sources

    • found: Alibaba & the forty thieves, 2016?
    • found: Lang, Andrew. Ali Baba and the forty thieves, 2009.
    • found: Alibaba aur 40 chor, 2004?
    • found: Wikipedia, May 18, 2018(Ali Baba (Arabic: علي بابا = ʻAlī Bābā) is a character from the folk tale Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves. This story is included in many versions of the One Thousand and One Nights, to which it was added by Antoine Galland in the 18th century; Ali Baba is a poor woodcutter who discovers the secret of a thieves' den) Bulgarian page (Али Баба = Ali Baba) Hebrew page (עלי באבא = ʻAli Baba) Japanese page (アリババ = Ari Baba) Russian page (Али-Баба = Ali-Baba) Tajik page (Алибобо = Alibobo) Ukrainian page (Алі-Баба = Ali-Baba) Yiddish page (אלי באבא = Ali Baba) Chinese page (阿里巴巴 = Alibaba)
    • found: Encyclopædia Britannica online, May 18, 2018(Ali Baba, Arabic ʼAlī Bābā, fictional character, the hero of "Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves," one of the best-known stories in The Thousand and One Nights. Ali Baba is a poor woodcutter who secretly watches as 40 thieves hide their booty in a cave)
    • found: Collins English dictionary online, May 18, 2018(Ali Baba: (in The Arabian Nights' Entertainments) a poor woodcutter who discovers that the magic words "open sesame" will open the doors of the cave containing the treasure of the Forty Thieves)
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    • 2017-11-08: new
    • 2018-08-03: revised
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