Origin of Berber
Examples from the Web for berber
Egyptian authorities do have some reason to doubt Berber and Bedouin loyalty.On the Contraband Trail With Libya’s Gun Smugglers|Peter Schwartzstein|June 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
They greeted us with a glass of sugared mint tea, called a “Berber whisky”, poured from high above out of a silver teapot.
Mouha repeated his Berber mantra at times, “People in a hurry are already dead.”
Mouha talked about the generosity and solidarity of Berber communities.
It had taken the camels and their black-turbaned Berber herders four long days to walk from the Sahara.
Mahmud would certainly have defended Berber with his whole army.The River War|Winston S. Churchill
The people of Berber are, in their exterior deportment, mild and polite.A Narrative of the Expedition to Dongola and Sennaar|George Bethune English
We know merely that they lived in the desert, on both sides of the Nile, in the latitude of Berber or thereabouts.
The garrison of Berber, seeing that there was no chance of relief, surrendered a month later and Khartum was completely isolated.
He did not know the Berber's code and if he claimed his object was unselfish the fellow might think he had another.Kit Musgrave's Luck|Harold Bindloss
British Dictionary definitions for berber
Word Origin and History for berber
1820 (n.); 1832 (adj.), from Arabic name for the peoples living west of Egypt; perhaps ultimately from Greek barbaros "barbarians" (see Barbary).