Definition of Sayeds

1. sayed [n] - See also: sayed



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sayeds

say
say-so
say again
say cheese
say farewell
say goodbye
say grace
say it, don't spray it
say wha
say what
sayable
sayd
sayde
saye
sayed
sayeds (current term)
sayeret
sayest
sayeth
sayid
sayids
sayin'
saying
sayings
saymaster
saymasters
sayne
sayon
sayonara

Literary usage of Sayeds

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Persia: The Land of the Imams. A Narrative of Travel and Residence, 1871-1885 by James Bassett (1886)
"... Twelve—The Sheah call to Prayer— Divine Nature of Ale Claimed—Vicarious Death—The sayeds— Superstitions of the People—The Most Holy Shrines—Celebrated ..."

2. How to Make an Index by Henry Benjamin Wheatley (1902)
"But in Persia both sayeds and Sheikhs assume, instead of their proper ... But sayeds and Sheikhs often have the word Khan placed after their class, ..."

3. The Secret of the Sahara: Kufara by Rosita Torr Forbes (1921)
""They have letters from the sayeds." "What is writing?" said Abdullah. ... all costs to protect his beloved sayeds from the consequences of their mistake. ..."

4. The Secret of the Sahara: Kufara by Rosita Torr Forbes (1921)
""They have cheated the sayeds, I tell you. Ever since they left they have been secretly making maps. They had watches on the feet of the camels, ..."

5. The History of Java by Thomas Stamford Raffles, Sophia Raffles (1830)
"... and the intolerant spirit of the religion of Islam, have eminently tended to increase the practice. The Arab Sheikhs and sayeds, whatever doctrines ..."

6. Travels in the Mogul Empire, A.D. 1656-1668 by François Bernier, Irving Brock, Archibald Constable (1891)
"... and sayeds, and as gunners, a number of Portuguese, English, French, and Germans. These Europeans were employed in the artillery, and had been induced ..."

7. Persia: The Land of the Imams. A Narrative of Travel and Residence, 1871-1885 by James Bassett (1886)
"... Twelve—The Sheah call to Prayer— Divine Nature of Ale Claimed—Vicarious Death—The sayeds— Superstitions of the People—The Most Holy Shrines—Celebrated ..."

8. How to Make an Index by Henry Benjamin Wheatley (1902)
"But in Persia both sayeds and Sheikhs assume, instead of their proper ... But sayeds and Sheikhs often have the word Khan placed after their class, ..."

9. The Secret of the Sahara: Kufara by Rosita Torr Forbes (1921)
""They have letters from the sayeds." "What is writing?" said Abdullah. ... all costs to protect his beloved sayeds from the consequences of their mistake. ..."

10. The Secret of the Sahara: Kufara by Rosita Torr Forbes (1921)
""They have cheated the sayeds, I tell you. Ever since they left they have been secretly making maps. They had watches on the feet of the camels, ..."

11. The History of Java by Thomas Stamford Raffles, Sophia Raffles (1830)
"... and the intolerant spirit of the religion of Islam, have eminently tended to increase the practice. The Arab Sheikhs and sayeds, whatever doctrines ..."

12. Travels in the Mogul Empire, A.D. 1656-1668 by François Bernier, Irving Brock, Archibald Constable (1891)
"... and sayeds, and as gunners, a number of Portuguese, English, French, and Germans. These Europeans were employed in the artillery, and had been induced ..."

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