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A person who is well disposed towards Arabs or Arab culture; a supporter of Arab interests.
That is favourably disposed or sympathetic towards Arabs or Arab culture; supportive of Arab interests.
Late 19th century. From Arab + -o- + -phile, after French arabophile.
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