From French cabale from Medieval Latin cabala, which in turn is derived from the Hebrew Kabbalah QBLH קבלה "something received" (i.e., from tradition, from antiquity). It is likely that the mystical often secretive nature of Kabbalah led to formation of the word cabal.
- A usually secret exclusive organization of individuals gathered for a nefarious purpose.
- The cabal is plotting to take over the world.
- A secret plot.
- The cabal to destroy the building was foiled by federal agents.
- An identifiable group within the tradition of Discordianism.
- TINC (there is no cabal)
- cabal glass
cabo + -al
Cabal m. (feminine cabal, plural cabales)
- en sus cabales
an:cabal ca:cabal de:cabal es:cabal fa:cabal fr:cabal io:cabal kn:cabal mn:cabal my:cabal pt:cabal ru:cabal fi:cabal te:cabal vi:cabal zh:cabal