Origin of nomad
OTHER WORDS FROM nomadno·mad·ism, nounnon·no·mad, noun, adjectivesem·i·no·mad, nounsem·i·no·mad·ism, noun
How to use nomad in a sentence
No, instead of the global nomads, Sinatra filled his 707 with his regiment of musicians and his best local buddies.
This year, the artist revisited Nomads for a public art project with More Art called Residents of New York.
Some, like the Ait Atta nomads, still migrate throughout the year.
Beginning in December 2006 the nomads took at least $81,000 worth of private jet travel.The Prosecution Rests: Trial Now in Edwards Defense Team's Hands|Diane Dimond|May 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The bit with the nomads in the woods and the dog, it is such a surreal moment, with him putting the bones in his pocket.
This is what makes nomads of the Savages, and prevents them from remaining long in one place.
Finally he came to a clearing and stopped at an Arab village, where he met a great number of the diminutive nomads.Man And His Ancestor|Charles Morris
Tsampa can be obtained everywhere in Tibet, though it is easier to get it in the villages than from the tents of the nomads.Mount Everest the Reconnaissance, 1921|Charles Kenneth Howard-Bury
There was no place for them to live but in the caves or as nomads migrating with the animals.Space Prison|Tom Godwin
This is the rock on which attempts to introduce agriculture among savages or nomads have usually been shipwrecked.The New Stone Age in Northern Europe|John M. Tyler