Mozabite

noun
Mo·zab·ite | \ mōˈzaˌbīt , ˈmōzəˌ- \
plural -s

Definition of Mozabite 

: a Berber of the Ibadite sect holding to a literal interpretation of the Koran

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History and Etymology for Mozabite

French, from Mzab (M'zab), group of oases in Ghardaïa territory, Algeria + French -ite

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