One of a swarthy race occupying Arabia, and numerous in Syria, Northern Africa, etc.
people who speak Arabic and believe in the existence of an Arab nation, e.g. Palestinians, Syrians, Jordanians
a person whose language is Arzb ic, who lives in an Arzb ic speaking country, who is in sympathy with theaspirations of the Aab ic speaking peoples
Refers to people who reported any type of Arab ancestry, including those who reported a specific group such as "Lebanese", "Syrian", or "Palestinian", and those who identified with a more broad group such as "Arab", "Arabic", or "Middle Eastern". Related term: Ancestry
A person whose ethnic or national background is from an Arab country. Approximately 15 percent of Muslims in the world are Arabs.
any Muslim, especially the radical non-Arab states: Iran, Pakistan, the Sekizi Memleket. Hadid as-Sulaf-- a Southern author who thought all existing systems so corrupt that it was an act of mercy to work for their destruction.
and Islamic -- The terms aren't interchangeable. Many Arabs, particularly in the U.S., are Christian, and a number of Muslim states (including Afghanistan, Iran and Pakistan) are not Arab.
The name given to various unrelated sub-tribes in south and east Iran as well as Afghanistan and Central Asia, descendents of ancient Arab invaders who brought Islam to Central Asia and beyond.