The word Haratin has been traced to two roots. The first root is haratine, from Arabic [Term?] (“plowmen”). The second etymology is based on the Berber word ahardan referring to skin color, more specifically "dark color".
Haratin (plural Haratin or Haratins)
- A person of an Afro-Berber ethnic group speaking the Hassaniya language, mainly inhabiting Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Tunisia, and Western Sahara
- ^ Encyclopedia of Africa, Oxford University Press, 2010, →ISBN, page 549, Quote: "Haratine. Social caste in several northwestern African countries consisting of blacks, many of whom are former slaves (...)"
- ^ Race, Slavery and Islam in Maghribi Mediterranean Thought: The Question of the Haratin in Morocco, volume 7, Routledge, 2002, pages 29–52
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- (rare) Haratin
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