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bn:02249345n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/04/19

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 Almah or Almeh was the name of a class of courtesans or female entertainers in Egypt, women educated to sing and recite classical poetry and to discourse wittily, connected to the qayna slave singers. Wikipedia

bn:02249345n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/04/19

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 Almah or Almeh was the name of a class of courtesans or female entertainers in Egypt, women educated to sing and recite classical poetry and to discourse wittily, connected to the qayna slave singers. Wikipedia

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bn:02249345n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/04/19     •     Categories: Egyptian culture, Egyptian dances, Egyptian female dancers, North African culture

  Almah (Egyptian dancer) · almeh · Al-mai · Almai

Almah or Almeh was the name of a class of courtesans or female entertainers in Egypt, women educated to sing and recite classical poetry and to discourse wittily, connected to the qayna slave singers. Wikipedia

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A type of female entertainers in Egypt Wikipedia (disambiguation)

bn:02249345n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/04/19     •     Categories: Chanteuse égyptienne

  Almée   · Almee

Les almées, anciennement a’oualem, étaient des danseuses, chanteuses et musiciennes égyptiennes de grande qualité qui étaient appelées dans les harems pour instruire et divertir les femmes des riches seigneurs. Wikipedia

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Danseuses, chanteuses et musiciennes égyptiennes de grande qualité Wikidata

bn:02249345n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/04/19

 No term available

 Almah or Almeh was the name of a class of courtesans or female entertainers in Egypt, women educated to sing and recite classical poetry and to discourse wittily, connected to the qayna slave singers. Wikipedia

bn:02249345n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/04/19

 No term available

 Almah or Almeh was the name of a class of courtesans or female entertainers in Egypt, women educated to sing and recite classical poetry and to discourse wittily, connected to the qayna slave singers. Wikipedia

bn:02249345n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/04/19

 No term available

 Almah or Almeh was the name of a class of courtesans or female entertainers in Egypt, women educated to sing and recite classical poetry and to discourse wittily, connected to the qayna slave singers. Wikipedia

bn:02249345n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/04/19

 No term available

 Almah or Almeh was the name of a class of courtesans or female entertainers in Egypt, women educated to sing and recite classical poetry and to discourse wittily, connected to the qayna slave singers. Wikipedia

bn:02249345n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/04/19

 No term available

 Almah or Almeh was the name of a class of courtesans or female entertainers in Egypt, women educated to sing and recite classical poetry and to discourse wittily, connected to the qayna slave singers. Wikipedia

bn:02249345n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/04/19

 No term available

 Almah or Almeh was the name of a class of courtesans or female entertainers in Egypt, women educated to sing and recite classical poetry and to discourse wittily, connected to the qayna slave singers. Wikipedia

bn:02249345n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/04/19

 No term available

 Almah or Almeh was the name of a class of courtesans or female entertainers in Egypt, women educated to sing and recite classical poetry and to discourse wittily, connected to the qayna slave singers. Wikipedia

bn:02249345n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/04/19     •     Categories: Cultura árabe

  Almeh

Almeh era el nombre de una clase de cortesanas o artistas femeninas en el Egipto árabe, mujeres educadas para cantar y recitar poesía clásica y discursos ingeniosos, conectadas a los qayna o cantantes esclavos de la Arabia preislámica.[1]​ Eran muchachas de buena posición social, entrenadas en baile, canto y poesía, presentes en festividades y celebraciones, y contratadas también como asistentes en funerales.[2]​ En el siglo XIX, almeh llegó a ser utilizado como sinónimo de ghawazi, las bailarinas eróticas de etnia Dom cuyas actuaciones fueron prohibidas en 1834 por Mehmet Alí. Wikipedia


 

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almah, almeh, al-mai, almai
almée, Almee
almeh

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