|(Old Testament) first son of Abraham (considered to be the father of the Arab peoples); male first name, Ishmaelite, outcast, outcast in Bible||Ishmael|
|Arab caliph (cousin and son-in-law of Muhammad)||Ali|
|Arab chief, Islamic religious leader, tribal patriarch (in Islamic countries), physically appealing man, shaikh, sheikh||sheik|
|Arab currency unit, coin worth a fils, currency sub-unit of Bahrain, junior, see also:père||fils|
|Arab farmer or farm worker, peasant (in Arab countries)||fellah|
|Arab governor in India||Hajjaj|
|Arab headdress for men comprised of a diagonally folded cloth secured to the head by an agal band (also keefiyeh), cotton headdress worn by Arab men, keffiyeh||kaffiyeh|
|Arab League, association of Arab countries established to promote common Arab interests, LAS||League of Arab States|
|Arab or Turkish saber, curved single-edged sword which originated in the East, simitar||scimitar|
|Arab political party||Democratic Arab Party|
|Arab ruler, descendant of Muhammad, governor of Mecca, sharif, shereef||sherif|
|Arab sailing ship, type of boat with two or three masts||dhow|
|Arab, Islamic or Arab, member of ancient desert people, Muslim opposing Christian Crusades, nomadic tribe that lived on the Syrian border of the Roman Empire (History); Arab, member of a Semitic people of the Middle East and northern Africa; Moslem (es...||Saracen|
|Arab, member of a Semitic people living in the Middle East and northern Africa, Arabian horse, of Arabia, somebody from Arabia||Arabian|
|area ruled by sheik, shaikhdom, sheikhdom, territory ruled by a sheik, jurisdiction of an Arab tribal leader (also sheikhdom)||sheikdom|
|association of Arab states||Arab League|
|basic unit of money in many Arab countries (such as Iraq, Kuwait, Lybia, Morocco, etc.), bill worth a dirham, coin worth a dirham, currency unit in Morocco and U.A.E.||dirham|
|Beduin, member of the Bedouin people; of or pertaining to Bedouins (desert dwelling nomadic tribes)||Bedouin|
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