|Approx. 180 million|
|Regions with significant populations|
|Related ethnic groups|
|Other Qedarite peoples|
The Qedarite Majatran language is thousands of years old, with Qedarite Majatran culture originating according to tradition in Temania, but beginning around 3500 BCE ethnically Qedarite peoples such as the Ghassanids, Lakhmids and Banu Judham began migrating across the oceans. They first settled in Seleya before migrating once again to the islands of Majatra. With the rise of Ahmadism in the 12th century CE the Majatran language and culture were eclipsed by the Jelbic culture and language of the Ahmadi Caliphate, but experienced a powerful revival in the 16th century under the Majatran-speaking Majalid Caliphate and Empire of Quanzar, which promoted Majatran culture and translated the Book of Bliss into the Majatran language.
- Pure Majatrans or Rayhani Majatrans: from the island of Nashwa, Badara, taken to be descended from Sadid bin Dirar bin Rayhan, a semi-legendary ancestral figure in Majatran tradition.
- Majatranized Majatrans:
Qedarite is the largest ethnic group in Majatra. It originated in Temania, but in the Qedarite Migrations it crossed southern Seleya and settled in Majatra. (The areas in Seleya they previously inhabited now speak Canrillaise.)