What is arab
Arab found in the crossword
- Horse has a pole over
- Modern revolution grips Bahrain, internationally hated leaders getting ousted all over the place
- One from the Middle East or North Africa
- Qatari or Omani, say
- Rail, one ascending mount
- Saudi or Omani, perhaps
- Saudi, perhaps - breed of horse
- See 7 Across
- Small, lively breed of horse
A member of a Semitic people inhabiting Arabia and other countries of the Middle East. A member of any Arabic-speaking people. Arabian horse. Also called A·rab·ber [ey-rab-er] /ˈeɪˌræb ər/. Sometimes Offensive. a street peddler. Archaic: Sometimes Offensive. street arab. Of or relating to Arabs. Arabian. Arabic. Arabia. Arabian. Arabic. A member of a Semitic people originally inhabiting Arabia, who spread throughout the Middle East, N Africa, and Spain during the seventh and eighth centuries ad A lively intelligent breed of horse, mainly used for riding (modifier) of or relating to the Arabsthe Arab nations
From Bulough al-Arab (Attaining the Goal), 1; also Al-ʿIqd al-Farid (The Unique Necklace), 1; in Qisas al-ʿArab (Stories of the Arabs), vol.
For the Franks, the most celebrated Saracen was no genetic Arab, but that borderless product of the post-Arab Arabic empire, Saladin.
None of the Arab states granted citizenship to the exodus of Palestinian Arabs who did resettle in Arab nations.
Today, though 80 per cent of the House of Islam is not Arab, Arabs and conflicts in the Arab world set the global geopolitical and religious agenda.
An Arab comes from the Arabian Peninsula or speaks Arabic, as I do.
You just can't go down and live among the Arabs.' Sarah couldn't bring herself to say: live with an Arab, marry an Arab.
Radio broadcasting revived the ancient power of spoken Arabic, and gathered the Arab word on a huge scale; as a call to unity, it was comparable to the slogans of early Islam.
From al-Nuwairi, Nihayat al-Arab (The Highest Aspiration), II; in Qisas al-ʿArab (Stories of the Arabs), vol.
From Bulough al-Arab fi Ma'rifat Ahwal al-'Arab ( Attaining the Goal in Knowing the Life of the Arabs ) by Mahmoud Shukri 'l-Alusi; in Qisas al-ʿArab ( Stories of the Arabs ), vol.
The Arab word, and the Arab will, were about to be gathered; for a while, Arabs would all agree to dream the same dream, and to make it a waking reality.
Backwards reads like: bara
Arab contains 4 letters