“Moor” originally meant “Westerner” not “Black”, “Negro” or “Colored”

There is "no reason" to believe that the people who called themselves "Mauri" assumed their native name from foreigners ("Europeans, Romans nor Greeks") as many "Black American" or "African American"…

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The word “Moor” is older than “Negro” according to Century dictionary & cyclopedia By Benjamin Eli Smith

"In the Century dictionary and cyclopedia By Benjamin Eli Smith  the terms Moor and Negro are found.  Moor is defined on Page 3852 Moor, n. [Earl mod. E. also Moore, More; <ME. More, Moore, Moore…

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