They called him 'murree mulla' (a large strong man).
"A Complete Account of the Settlement at Port Jackson" by Watkin Tench
A mulla, or priest, attends, and implores the divine blessing on them.
"Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official" by William Sleeman
For 'twould kair any mush wafro to shoon the navyas of the mullas a't 'were cammoben to him.
"The English Gipsies and Their Language" by Charles G. Leland
A dialectic form of "gallu" or devil was "mulla".
"Myths of Babylonia and Assyria" by Donald A. Mackenzie
Meditate on the splendor and glory which the light of renunciation, shining from the upper chamber of the heart of Mulla 'Ali-Jan, hath shed.
"Epistle to the Son of the Wolf" by Bahá’u’lláh
There, put down spear, mulla-mulla.
"King o' the Beach" by George Manville Fenn
These Mullas danced; they crouched down in the dreadful cold, thinking to warm their hands at these uncountable fires.
"The Three Mulla-mulgars" by Walter De La Mare
Mirza Mulla Rahmat, of Kashgar, who arrived at Peshawur lately, on his way to Mecca, has told what he knows about events in Kashgar.
"The Life of Yakoob Beg" by Demetrius Boulger
Perhaps you have never seen a mulla playing the oracle.
"The Treasure of the Tigris" by A. F. Mockler Ferryman
The "Faery Queen" once more opened its mystical leaves on the banks of the Mulla, before a judge, whose voice was fame.
"Amenities of Literature" by Isaac Disraeli