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The term "Bedouin" is derived from a plural form of the Arabic word Badawi. The Arab Badawi comes from the word Badiyah, which means semi arid desert. The term Bedouin is "those in the desert". Bedouins are nomadic people who have no permanent home. They live in tents, which they take with them when they move from place to place. They use camels to transport their belongings.
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