an associate of a race significantly resembling the Arabs but frequently classed as Hamitic have been formerly the inhabitants associated with entire of North Africa from Mediterranean southward in to the Sahara and whom nonetheless occupy a large part of that region labeled as additionally Kabyles additionally the language spoken by this individuals
- a member of an indigenous individuals of northern Africa
- a cluster of associated dialects which were once the major language of north Africa west of Egypt; today talked mainly in Morocco
- A member of a race notably resembling the Arabs, but often classified as Hamitic, who have been formerly the inhabitants associated with entire of North Africa from Mediterranean southward into the Sahara, and just who however occupy a sizable part of that region; -- labeled as in addition Kabyles. Also, the language talked by this men and women.
1820 (letter.); 1832 (adj.), from Arabic title when it comes to peoples residing west of Egypt; perhaps eventually from Greek barbaros "barbarians" (see Barbary).
(n.) An associate of a race significantly resembling the Arabs, but often classed as Hamitic, who had been formerly the inhabitants of the entire of North Africa through the Mediterranean southward in to the Sahara, and just who however take a large section of that area; -- called in addition Kabyles. Also, the language spoken by this men and women.
The relief of the Egyptian garrisons was successfully accomplished, and Gordon visited the provinces of Berber and Dongola, whence he had again to return to the Abyssinian frontier to treat with King John.