Origin of druse
Definition for druse (2 of 2)
Origin of Druze
Related formsDru·ze·an, Dru·zi·an, adjective
Examples from the Web for druse
That's actually a matter of intense debate with the Druse and Beduin communities.
Butler also seems to say that the non-Jewish population consists of three groups: Palestinians, Druse and Beduin.
At the same time, Butler's comment defines Druse and Beduin as not being Palestinian.
At the first sound of Druse's voice the two wreckers turned and ran.The World For Sale, Complete|Gilbert Parker
But before Ali could concern himself with the Druse, there was something he must do.
The Druse camp was silent, and had been since that first shouted alarm, but it was alert and the Druse were no fools.
An English lady, who has been much among them, states that the Druse women of the Hauran never unveiled before her.
At the back, over the torrent, there was one long wall with a rampart, terminating in the evil-looking Druse's tower.Corleone|F. Marion Crawford
British Dictionary definitions for druse (1 of 2)
Word Origin for druse
British Dictionary definitions for druse (2 of 2)
noun plural Druse or Druze
- a member of a religious sect, mainly living in Syria, Lebanon, and Israel, having certain characteristics in common with Muslims
- (as modifier)Druse beliefs