Definition of Berberins

1. berberin [n] - See also: berberin



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Berberins

berates
berating
beratings
beration
berattle
beraunite
beray
berayed
beraying
berays
berbamunine synthase
berbe
berberin
berberine
berberines
berberins (current term)
berberis
berberises
berberries
berberry
berborite
berborites
bercaries
bercary
berceau
berceaux
berceuse
berceuses
berdaches

Literary usage of Berberins

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1. Researches Into the Physical History of Mankind by James Cowles Prichard (1851)
"SECTION I.—Of the Barabra or berberins.* THE people who inhabit the valley of ... The same people in Egypt, where they are well known, are called berberins. ..."

2. The Edinburgh Gazetteer, Or Geographical Dictionary ...: Accompanied by an Atlas (1822)
"From the one are seen Turks, Arabians, Persians, Jews, and Armenians ; from the other, Moors, Arabs, berberins, Abyssinians, and Negroes of every ..."

3. A Manual of Ethnology: Or, The Races of the Old World by Charles Loring Brace (1869)
"Many of the modern Nubians, or berberins, are black, especially as they approach the south, but with fine and even noble features, and hair, though frizzled ..."

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