mehari

noun me·ha·ri \məˈhärē\

Definition of mehari

plural

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  1. :  one of a breed of swift dromedaries used chiefly as saddle animals

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Origin and Etymology of mehari

French méhari, from Arabic mahārīy, plural of mahrīy of Mahrah, from Mahrah, district on the southern coast of Arabia


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