How to Pronounce moors?

Correct pronunciation for the word "moors" is [mˈʊ͡əz], [mˈʊ‍əz], [m_ˈʊə_z].

"Moors" in context

The moors were a group of people who occupied parts of Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East in pre-Modern times. The most significant period of Moorish rule was in the 8th and 9th centuries when they had a great influence on the culture and language of the region. The Moors were predominantly of Arab, Berber, and African origin, but the term can also refer to any Muslim inhabitants of the area.

The Moors played an important role in the growth of some Medieval European countries, particularly Spain. They introduced new agricultural techniques and advances in medicine, astronomy, and mathematics.

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