Algerine Al`ge*rine", a. Of or pertaining to Algiers or Algeria. [1913 Webster]

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  • Algerine — [al΄jə rēn′] adj. Algerian n. 1. a person born in Algeria, esp. one of Berber, Arab, or Moorish descent 2. [a ] a soft woolen cloth with bright colored stripes …   English World dictionary

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  • Algerine — /al jeuh reen /, adj. 1. Algerian. n. 2. Algerian. 3. (l.c.) a pirate. 4. (l.c.) algerienne. [1650 60; ALGER(IA) + INE1] * * * …   Universalium

  • Algerine — 1. adjective Algerian. 2. noun a) A native or inhabitant of Algiers or Algeria, especially of Moorish or Berber descent, or of non European descent. b) A pirate, especially one from the …   Wiktionary

  • algerine — 1. noun A type of loosely woven cloth in stripes of bright colors, used for scarves, shawls and similar. 2. verb to prowl with intent of burglarizing …   Wiktionary

  • algerine — al·ge·rine …   English syllables

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