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The term Moors refers to the Muslim inhabitants of the Maghreb, North Africa and the Iberian Peninsula, Sicily, and Malta during the Middle Ages, who initially ...

The Moors: Moor Etymology, Moors Truth, Real Moors, Moor Origins ...


Etymology of Moor and History of Moors in Europe.

Moor | people | Britannica.com


Dec 15, 2015 ... Moor, in English usage, a Moroccan or, formerly, a member of the Muslim population of what is now Spain and Portugal. Of mixed Arab ...

When Black Men Ruled the World: 8 Things The Moors Brought to ...


Oct 7, 2013 ... As early as the Middle Ages, “Moors were commonly viewed as being mostly black or very swarthy, and hence the word is often used for negro ...

Moor | Definition of Moor by Merriam-Webster


Define moor: a broad area of open land that is not good for farming — moor in a sentence.

The True Negro (2a): The Berbers (Moors) - Realhistoryww


The Iberian Peninsula because of its close proximity to Africa, has been inhabited for at least 1,000,000 years. At about 45,000 B.C. the Khoisan type African ...

Moor - definition of moor by The Free Dictionary


A member of a traditionally Muslim people of mixed Berber and Arab ancestry, now living chiefly in northwest Africa. 2. One of the Muslims who invaded Spain in  ...

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moor - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com


To moor is to tie up a ship, as in to moor the ocean liner to the docks. Or, if you're reading Victorian literature, a moor could be a mossy meet-up spot.

Moor Instruments - Laser Doppler Blood Flow Assessment


Moor Instruments, established in 1987, is a world leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of laser Doppler systems, used for the measurement of ...

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Moor | Define Moor at Dictionary.com


Moor definition, a tract of open, peaty, wasteland, often overgrown with heath, common in high latitudes and altitudes where drainage is poor; heath. See more.

Moor - Online Etymology Dictionary


"to fasten (a vessel) by a cable," late 15c., probably related to Old English mærels "mooring rope," via unrecorded *mærian "to moor," or possibly borrowed from ...

Moor - Wiktionary


From French More, Maure, from Latin Maurus (“a Moor, meaning a Mauritanian, an inhabitant of Mauritania”), possibly from Ancient Greek Μαῦρος (Maûros), ...