What is another word for mudhif?
[ mˈʌdhɪf], [ mˈʌdhɪf], [ m_ˈʌ_d_h_ɪ_f]
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How to use "Mudhif" in context?
As the term "mudhif" is defined in English, it means originally, an Arab house made of mud or wattle and daub. Mudhifs are a variety of dwellings that are prevalent in the Arabian Peninsula, where they are particularly common in Oman, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates. Historically, mudhifs were used as temporary dwellings during the Protectorate of Oman, when the government imposed a ban on constructing new houses.
Today, mudhifs have a more permanent purpose. They are used as houses, inns, and tourist facilities.
Homophones for Mudhif:
- man and wife, meadow pea, meditative, mount up, mid-off, motif, mouth off, meat pie, mouth bow, matt-up, manitoba, monotype, modify, Minamata Bay, mutative, mud puppy, matte up, mat up, midwife, made-up, mdiv, motive, mud pie, muddy up.
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