[too ng-koo] /ˈtʊŋ ku/ (Show IPA), 1903–90, Malaysian political leader: first prime minister of Malaya 1957–63 and prime minister of Malaysia 1963–70.
[ahb-dool] /ˈɑb dul/ (Show IPA), 1903–90, Malayan political leader: prime minister of Malaya 1957–63; premier of Malaysia 1963–70.
Most of the world knows Abdul Rahman Omeir al-Naimi as a Qatari history professor and human-rights activist.
Terrorists for Human Rights Eli Lake December 19, 2013
Tunku. 1903–90, Malaysian statesman; prime minister of Malaya (1957–63) and of Malaysia (1963–70)
- Ibn saud
Abdul-Aziz [ahb-doo l-ah-zeez] /ɑbˈdʊl ɑˈziz/ (Show IPA), 1880–1953, king of Saudi Arabia 1932–53 (father of Saud ibn Abdul-Aziz).
noun 1882–1951, emir of Transjordan (1921–46) and first king of Jordan (1946–51). He joined the Arab revolt against Turkish rule in World War I; assassinated 1951 Contemporary Examples Preliminary results announced Tuesday gave Karzai 41 percent of the votes processed so far, a slight lead over abdullah. Why the Taliban Won Leslie H. Gelb August […]
(ʿAbdullāh al-Mansūr) a.d. 712?–775, Arab caliph 754–775: founder of Baghdad 764. Contemporary Examples Plus, Mortenson’s Pakistani host mansur Khan Mahsud exposes his lies. Is Three Cups of Tea Writer Greg Mortenson a Fraud? Lloyd Grove, Mike Giglio April 17, 2011 Historical Examples mansur appears to have been engaged in continual wars, and to have obtained […]
- Abdullah ibn-husein
1882–1951, Arab nationalist, Transjordanian emir 1921–46, king of Jordan 1946–51; assassinated in Jerusalem by a Palestinian nationalist.