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Almohad

[ al-muh-had ]
/ ˈæl məˌhæd /
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noun
a member of a Muslim dynasty ruling in Spain and northern Africa during the 12th and 13th centuries.
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Also Al·mo·hade [al-muh-heyd, -had]. /ˈæl məˌheɪd, -ˌhæd/.

Origin of Almohad

From the Arabic word al-muwaḥḥid literally, the one who professes the unity of God
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How to use Almohad in a sentence

  • After his death, the Almohad empire followed the downward curve to which all Oriental rule seems destined.

    In Morocco|Edith Wharton
  • And so seventeenth century Meknez has perished while the Almohad walls and towers of the tenth century still stand.

    In Morocco|Edith Wharton
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