noun, plural Be·jas, (especially collectively) Be·ja for 1.
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Physically they are Beja, by language and traditions Abyssinians.
They belong to the Beja people, of which, with the Bisharin and the Ababda, they are the modern representatives.
He landed in the province of Beja, and soon found supporters among the disaffected, always ready to join in some new thing.The Moors in Spain|Stanley Lane-Poole
During the Roman period the Beja were much what they are to-day, nomadic and aggressive, and were constantly at war.
The whole social position of the Beja women points, indeed, to an earlier matriarchal system.