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Synonyms for Arab

a member of a Semitic people originally from the Arabian peninsula and surrounding territories who speaks Arabic and who inhabits much of the Middle East and northern Africa

a spirited graceful and intelligent riding horse native to Arabia

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The Pearl of Arabia represents the perpetual memories of the Arabic people, back when the region's economic life depended heavily on the ancient art of pearl diving," a statement said.
Speaking about 9/11, Ronnie says the world-changing event prompted more interest from the wider community into Arabic people and wise comedians like himself used this as an opportunity to educate people.
With its design rich in Arabian Gulf heritage, the 'Pearl of Arabia' represents the perpetual memories of the Arabic people, back when the region's economic life depended heavily on the ancient art of pearl diving.
With its design rich in Arabian heritage, the 'Pearl of Arabia' represents the perpetual memories of the Arabic people, back when the region's economic life depended heavily on the ancient art of pearl diving, a statement said.
There is no doubt that Recep Tayyip Erdogan's firm stance against Israel has won the hearts of Arabic people, Al-Quds Al-Arabi said.
Gibson says many of the Amazigh and Arabic people in Morocco live in villages, but some have relocated to cities.
Arabic people perceived the near-rectangle formed by the four stars Alpha, Beta, Gamma ([gamma]), and Delta ([delta]) Leporis as a group of camels at a watering hole.
Washington DC), who was a trainer with the Foreign Service Institute in Tunisia, provides helpful descriptions of the culture and mores of Arabic people, characterizing their attitudes and means of expression.
POLICE in Portugal yesterday arrested 15 Arabic people in Porto, where the first game of Euro 2004 is being played today.
AN award-winning film about the Arabic people detained in the US following the September 11 terrorist attacks is being screened in Coventry this evening.