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Maraʹbuts

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An Arab tribe which, in 1075, founded a dynasty, put an end to by the Almohads. They form a priestly order greatly venerated by the common people. The Great Marabut ranks next to the king. (Arabic, marabath, devoted to God.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Manucodiata (The)
Manumit
Manure
Many
Many a Mickle makes a Muckle
Many Men, Many Minds
Maori (The)
Mara
Marabou Feathers
Marabout (in French)
Marabuts
Maranatha (Syriac, the Lord will comei.e. to execute judgment)
Maravedi
Marbles
Marcassin (The Prince)
Marcella
Marcellina
Marcellus (in Dibdin’s Bibliomania, a romance,)
March
March Dust
March Hare

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