Defines terms and terminology that appear on Zarabesque... a global language for the global goddess.
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madi (MAH-dee) - the past - Arabic
maja (MAH-jah) - ruling woman of India, or the spouse of a ruler - Hindi
malak, mal'ak, melek (MEH-lehk) - angel - Hebrew. Arabic
malika (mah-LEE-keh) - angelic; plural of malak, 'angels' - Hebrew, Arabic
Marrakech, Marrakesh (MAR-eh-KESH) - the large and lively city in Morocco set in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains, a favorite spot for western travelers and expatriates - Moroccan Berber (Amazigh)
matar (meh-TAR) - rain - Arabic
mazari (muh-ZAH-ree) - shrine-like - Afghani, from Persian
medinah, medina (meh-DEE-nuh) - generally, the ancient quarter of any North African city, a dense area of alleys and covered passages, full of intense scents and colours, boisterous and active trade, and a surfeit of goods on offer from a multitude of tiny crafts shops.
midan (mee-DAHN) - expanse; open space - Arabic
minzah (MIN-zuh) - a garden pavilion - Moroccan (Magrabi) Arabic
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