Saracen

  • 1 Saracen — Pays d’origine  Angleterre, Matlock, Derbyshire, East Midlands Genre musical Rock progressif, Hard rock Années …

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  • 2 Saracen — (engl. Sarazene) steht für: HMS Saracen, zwei britische Kriegsschiffe Armoured Personnel Carrier FV603 Saracen, einen britischen Radpanzer Saracen, eine britische Hard/Symphonic Rock Band Saracen (Computerspiel) ein Computerspiel von Datasoft… …

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  • 3 Saracen — Sar a*cen, n. [L. Saracenus perhaps fr. Ar. sharqi, pl. sharqi[=i]n, Oriental, Eastern, fr. sharaqa to rise, said of the sun: cf. F. sarrasin. Cf. {Sarcenet}, {Sarrasin}, {Sirocco}.] Anciently, an Arab; later, a Mussulman; in the Middle Ages, the …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 4 Saracen — O.E., an Arab (in Greek and Roman translations), also, mid 13c., generally, non Christian, heathen, pagan, from O.Fr. saracin, from L.L. saracenus, from Gk. sarakenos, usually said to be from Arabic Sharquiyin, accusative plural of sharqiy… …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 5 Saracen — ► NOUN 1) an Arab or Muslim, especially at the time of the Crusades. 2) a nomad of the Syrian and Arabian desert at the time of the Roman Empire. ORIGIN Greek Sarak nos, perhaps from an Arabic word meaning «eastern» …

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  • 6 Saracen — [sar′ə sən] n. [ME Sarasene < OFr & LL: OFr Sarrazin < LL Saracenus < LGr Sarakēnos < ? Ar sharqīyīn, easterners, pl. of sharqī, eastern < sharq, east] 1. Historical a member of any of the nomadic tribes of Syria and nearby regions …

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  • 7 Saracen — This article is about the ancient Saracens. For other uses, see Saracen (disambiguation). Saracen was a term used by the ancient Romans to refer to a people who lived in desert areas in and around the Roman province of Arabia, and who were… …

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  • 8 Saracen — n. & adj. hist. n. 1 an Arab or Muslim at the time of the Crusades. 2 a nomad of the Syrian and Arabian desert. adj. of the Saracens. Phrases and idioms: Saracen corn Brit. archaic buckwheat. Saracen s head the head of a Saracen or Turk as a… …

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  • 9 Saracen — UK [ˈsærəsən] / US [ˈserəs(ə)n] noun [countable] Word forms Saracen : singular Saracen plural Saracens a name given to Arabs and other Muslims by the Christians who fought against them in religious wars in the Middle Ages …

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  • 10 Saracen — noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English, from Late Latin Saracenus, from Late Greek Sarakēnos Date: before 12th century a member of a nomadic people of the deserts between Syria and Arabia; broadly Arab • Saracen adjective • Saracenic… …

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  • 11 Saracen — Person belonging to one of the nomadic peoples of the Syrian and Arabian deserts. They were fine guerrilla fighters who, as Muslims, fought against the Christian crusaders. Later, the word became a generic term for any non Christian. It is… …

    Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • 12 Saracen — Saracenism, n. /sar euh seuhn/, n. 1. Hist. a member of any of the nomadic tribes on the Syrian borders of the Roman Empire. 2. (in later use) an Arab. 3. a Muslim, esp. in the period of the Crusades. adj. 4. Also, Saracenic /sar euh sen ik/,… …

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  • 13 Saracen — noun /ˈseɹʌˌsən,ˈsæɹəˌsən/ a) A group of nomadic people from the Sinai. b) An Arab or any Muslim, especially one involved in the Crusades. See Also: sarsen, sarsen stone, Saracenic …

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  • 14 Saracen — Sar|a|cen [ˈsærəsən] n old use [Date: 800 900; : Late Latin; Origin: Saracenus, from Late Greek Sarakenos] a Muslim used in the Middle Ages …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 15 Saracen — Sar|a|cen [ serəsn ] noun count a name given to Arabs and other Muslims by the Christians who fought against them in religious wars in the Middle Ages …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 16 Saracen — [13] The Saracens were etymologically ‘people of the sunrise’ – hence ‘easterners’. The word comes via Old French Saracin and late Latin saracēnus from Greek Sarakēnós, which was probably adapted from Arabic sharqī ‘eastern’. This was a… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 17 Saracen — British Alvis armored personnel carrier …

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  • 18 Saracen — Sar·a·cen || særÉ™sn n. 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 (esp. during the Crusades) …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 19 Saracen — [ sarəs(ə)n] noun 1》 an Arab or Muslim, especially at the time of the Crusades. 2》 a nomad of the Syrian and Arabian desert at the time of the Roman Empire. Derivatives Saracenic adjective Origin ME, from OFr. sarrazin, via late L. from late Gk… …

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  • 20 saracen — n. 1. Arabian, Arab. 2. Mussulman, Mahometan …

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