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Moorish

Moor´ish
a.1.Having the characteristics of a moor or heath.
1.Of or pertaining to Morocco or the Moors; in the style of the Moors.
Moorish architecture
the style developed by the Moors in the later Middle Ages, esp. in Spain, in which the arch had the form of a horseshoe, and the ornamentation admitted no representation of animal life. It has many points of resemblance to the Arabian and Persian styles, but should be distinguished from them. See Illust. under Moresque.
Noun1.MoorishMoorish - a style of architecture common in Spain from the 13th to 16th centuries; characterized by the horseshoe (Moorish) arch
Adj.1.Moorish - relating to or characteristic of the Moors; "Moorish architecture"
Synonyms: Moresque
Moor, Moresque
Browse
moorbird
moorcock
Moore
Moore bound
Moore graph
Moore's Law
Mooress
moorfowl
moorgame
moorhen
Mooring
mooring anchor
Mooring block
mooring line
mooring mast
mooring tower
-- Moorish --
Moorish arch
Moorish architecture
Moorland
Moorpan
Moorstone
Mooruk
moorwort
Moory
moose
Moose bird
moose call
Moose deer
Moose yard
moose-wood
Moosewood
moot
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