almorávid

almorávid
(Del ár. al-murabit, ermitaño, devoto.)
adjetivo/ sustantivo masculino femenino HISTORIA Perteneciente a una dinastía berebere y movimiento religioso del islam occidental de los siglos xi y xii.
TAMBIÉN almorávide

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altalmorávid o almorávide/alt
adjetivo-sustantivo HISTORIA Díc. de cada uno de los individuos de una secta musulmana fundada a mediados del s. XI. Estaba constituida por nómadas africanos convertidos al islam. Los almorávides representaban el rigorismo religioso musulmán. Cruzaron en el año 1086 el estrecho de Gibraltar para acudir en ayuda de la España musulmana.

Enciclopedia Universal. 2012.

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