Anbar

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From Arabic اَلْأَنْبَار(al-ʾanbār), from Middle Persian [Term?]. See Persian انبار(anbâr) for more.

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Anbar

  1. A medieval town in Anbar Province, in modern-day central Iraq, now abandoned.

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Anbar f

  1. Anbar (a medieval town in Anbar Province, in modern-day central Iraq)