(also Almoravide /-vʌɪd/)
sustantivo (plural Almoravids)
A member of a federation of Muslim Berber peoples that established an empire in Morocco, Algeria, and Spain in the 11th century, but were in turn driven out by the Almohads.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
- 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.
- The situation had deteriorated in 1085 when the Almoravid Berbers from Morocco united Andalusia under a Shiite regime.
- Second, the invasion of Ghana in 1076 by a Muslim sect called the Almoravids forced thousands to flee south and west.
Spanish, from Arabic al-murābit, literally 'one who is bound'.
Definición de Almoravid en:
- el diccionario Inglés de EE.UU.