[ shahr-dah-nuh ]
/ ʃɑrˈdɑ nə /
noun, plural Shar·da·na.
a member of an ancient people of the eastern Mediterranean who served as mercenaries in the Egyptian army and may have settled in Sardinia and Sicily.
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Example sentences from the Web for shardana
The Libyans had replaced the Shardana in all the offices they had filled and in all the garrison towns they had occupied.