- 1A member of a Semitic people, originally from the Arabian peninsula and neighboring territories, inhabiting much of the Middle East and North Africa.More example sentences
- Henceforth, he insisted that he was Emperor not only of the French but also of the North African Arabs.
- Trans-Sahara trade with North Africans and Arabs began to transform these northern societies greatly.
- Nearly 300,000 North African Arabs, for example, fought in the ranks of the Free French.
- 2An Arabian horse.More example sentences
- Arabs tend to be very actively attuned and responsive to their riders, whether or not their riders intend for them to be.
- That blob of silver takes away from the Arab's beautiful, large, wide-set eyes.
- Most are Arabs, for centuries bred for toughness and distance.
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- Of or relating to Arabia and the people of Arabia: Arab countriesMore example sentences
- But, caught on the continent's horn, it isn't of Africa - it is neither Arab north nor Bantu south.
- In other words, seven-eighths of ancient Palestine now makes up Arab states, predominantly Jordan and Syria.
- The main markets were in Germany, Austria, Italy, France, the US and Arab countries.
from French Arabe, via Latin and Greek from Arabic ῾arab.
See Arabian (usage).
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