meaning of Almohades

Almohades meaning in Etymology Dictionary

12c. Muslim spiritual energy that ruled Spain and North Africa, created by Mohammed ibn Abdullah, the name is literally "the Unitarians," quick for Arabic al-muwahhidun "they whom profess the unity (of Jesus)," so called with regards to their absolutist monotheism.

Sentence Examples with the word Almohades

In his character of Spanish prince he was a crusader, and he took a distinguished part in the great victory over the Almohades at the Navas de Tolosa in 1212.

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