Sayed



noun
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, especially for royal personages.
noun
1.
a Muslim claiming descent from Mohammed’s grandson Husain
2.
a Muslim honorary title

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