sayyid
noun Etymology: Arabic Date: 1788 1. an Islamic chief or leader 2. lord, sir — used as a courtesy title for a Muslim of rank or lineage

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  • Sayyid — (auch Saiyid, Saiyed oder Sayed; arabisch ‏سيّد‎; persisch: Seyed oder Seyyed , weibl.: Sayyida; türkisch: Seyyid; kurdisch: Seyîd, weibl.: Seyyîde; malaiisch: Syed) ist der Ehrentitel der Nachkommen Mohammeds, des Begründers des Islams, die …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • sayyid — ● sayyid nom masculin (mot arabe signifiant seigneur) Synonyme de chérif. ● sayyid (synonymes) nom masculin (mot arabe signifiant seigneur) Synonymes : chérif …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • sayyid — Muslim title of honor, applied to descendants of Hussein, Muhammad s grandson, 1788, from Arabic sayyid, lit. lord, chief …   Etymology dictionary

  • sayyid — or sayid [sä′yid] n. [Ar sayyid] a Muslim title of respect, specif. for certain descendants of Mohammed …   English World dictionary

  • Sayyid — For the Lost character, please see Sayid Jarrah Sayyid ( ar. سيد) (plural Saadah) is an honorific title that is given to males accepted as descendants of the Islamic prophet Muhammad through his grandsons, Hasan ibn Ali and Husayn ibn Ali, who… …   Wikipedia

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  • Sayyid —  Ne doit pas être confondu avec Dynastie des Sayyîd. Sayyid (arabe : sayyid, سـيد, pluriel sāda, سادة, descendant du prophète ; seigneur) est un titre honorifique souvent donné pour des musulmans de haut rang. Le mot signifie… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • sayyid — /sah yid, say id/, n. 1. (in Islamic countries) a supposed descendant of Muhammad through his grandson Hussein, the second son of his daughter Fatima. 2. a title of respect, esp. for royal personages. Also, said, sayed, sayid. [1780 90; < Ar:… …   Universalium

  • Sayyid — (as used in expressions) Ahmad Kan, Sir Sayyid Fadlallah, (Ayatollah Sayyid) Muhammad Husayn Muhammad Ahmad ibn al Sayyid Abd Allah Mir Sayyid Ali Qutb, Sayyid Ibrahim Husayn Shadhili Sayyid QuTb Sayyid Said …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Sayyid — noun a) of Arabic origin. b) An honorific title borne by male descendants of the prophet Muhammad …   Wiktionary

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