[ al-muh-rah-vid, al-mawr-uh-, -mohr- ]
/ ˌæl məˈrɑ vɪd, ælˈmɔr ə-, -ˈmoʊr- /
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a member of a Muslim dynasty ruling in Spain and northern Africa from 1056 to 1147.
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Also Al·mo·ra·vide [al-mawr-uh-vahyd, -mohr-, al-muh-rah-vahyd]. /ælˈmɔr əˌvaɪd, -ˈmoʊr-, ˌæl məˈrɑ vaɪd/.
Origin of Almoravid
<Spanish <Arabic al-murābit literally, the occupant of a fortified convent
Words nearby Almoravid
almond milk, almond oil, almond-shaped, almoner, almonry, Almoravid, Almoravide, almost, almost everywhere, almost periodic function, almous
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How to use Almoravid in a sentence
Later in life he visited Cordova, already in its decline through the illiberal government of the Almoravid dynasty.
Finally he retired to the Almoravid court at Fez, where he was poisoned in 1138.
It was no longer the glorious city of the days before the Almoravid conquest.
Thus was the Almoravid dynasty established, with its capital at Cordova, and which lasted until 1147.Spain|Frederick Albion Ober
The Almoravid princes who founded Marrakech came from the black desert of Senegal; themselves were leaders of wild hordes.In Morocco|Edith Wharton