- a native or inhabitant of Yemen.
- of or relating to Yemen or its people.
Also Yem·e·ni [yem-uh-nee] /ˈyɛm ə ni/.
Origin of Yemenite
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Your husband's village—now renamed Musreya—was repopulated by Yemenite and Moroccan Jews.Throw Away That Rusty Key
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The patient thought I was Yemenite and asked me to treat him instead of the (Arab) medic that was with me.Chuck Hagel To Visit Israel In April
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We had Yemenite stew with all kinds of hot sauces and flat bread, and we sat on the floor.Secrets of the Ultimate Jewish Mother
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But the latter proved too strong for the Ameer, who was defeated and killed by the Yemenite followers of Balj.Christianity and Islam in Spain (756-1031)
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His arrival was hailed with joy, especially by the Azd, to whom his family belonged, and the other Yemenite tribes.
His tall Yemenite and the Tartar's piebald pony pranced in a cloud of dust as their riders slashed at each other.
The muscles of the black Yemenite stallion bunched and stretched under Daoud as its hooves thundered over the plain.
Daoud wheeled his Yemenite about, then jerked the horse to a stop and jumped from the saddle with his saif out.