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Categories: Christianity in Al-Andalus, Mozarabs, Culture of Al-Andalus, Pyrenean-Mozarabic languages, Languages of Portugal
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Mozarabic  Andalusi Romance  Andalusian Mozarabic  ISO 639:mxi  Lusitanian-Mozarabic
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Andalusi Romance, also called Mozarabic or Ajami, refers to the varieties of Ibero-Romance that developed in Al-Andalus, the parts of the medieval Iberian Peninsula under Islamic control. Wikipedia
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Andalusi Romance, also called Mozarabic or Ajami, refers to the varieties of Ibero-Romance that developed in Al-Andalus, the parts of the medieval Iberian Peninsula under Islamic control. Wikipedia
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Either of the Iberian Romance dialects spoken in the Muslim kingdoms of al-Andalus between the 9th and 16th centuries AD. OmegaWiki
A continuum of closely related Romance dialects spoken in Muslim-dominated areas of the Iberian Peninsula during the early stages of Romance language development in Iberia. Wiktionary