Almohad

noun Al·mo·had \ˈalməˌhad\
variants: or

Almohade

\", -ˌhād, ˌalməˈhädē\

Definition of Almohad

plural

-s

  1. :  a member of a Muslim Berber sect and dynasty that established its rule in North Africa and Spain in the 12th and 13th centuries, opposed anthropomorphic theology, and taught the absolute unity of God

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Origin and Etymology of almohad

Arabic al-muwaḥḥid the Almohad


First Known Use: 1676


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