the old native quarter of a N African city
Origin of medinanative term in northern Africa, origin, originally literally , city from Arabic medinat, city
city in NW Saudi Arabia: site of Muhammad's tomb & hence a holy city of Islam
The old section of an Arab city in North Africa.
Origin of medinaArabic madīna city from Aramaic mədintā, mədinā jurisdiction, district from dān to judge, administer dyn
A city of western Saudi Arabia north of Mecca. The Mosque of the Prophet, containing Muhammad's tomb, is a holy site for Muslim pilgrims.x
- The traditional, old or non-European area of a North African town.
- Although Hicham usually worked in the new town, he still lived in the medina.
From Arabic Ù…Ø¯ÙŠÙ†Ø© (madÄ«na, “town")
From Arabic Ø§Ù„Ù…Ø¯ÙŠÙ†Ø© Ø§Ù„Ù…Ù†ÙˆØ±Ø© (al-madÄ«nat al-munÃ¡wwara, “the enlightened city").