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Almohad

Saltos de línea: Al¦mo|had
Pronunciación: /ˈalməhad
 
/
(also Almohade /-heɪd/)

Definición de Almohad en inglés:

sustantivo (plural Almohads)

A member of a Berber Muslim movement and dynasty that conquered the Spanish and North African empire of the Almoravids in the 12th century.
Example sentences
  • Lastly, Brett has put forward the possibility that the arrival of the Almoravids and Almohads created new markets for, and new channels of access to, black slaves in al-Andalus and North Africa, replacing the demand for whites.
  • In North Africa, the new Almohades dynasty was in the ascendant and took away most of Tunisia in the 1150s.
  • Early in the twelfth century the Almohads, another clan, overthrew the Almoravid dynasty and assumed rule.

Origen

Spanish, ultimately from Arabic al-muwaḥḥidun 'believers in one God'.

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