Definition of Sayid

1. sayyid [n -S] - See also: sayyid



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sayid

say goodbye
say grace
say it, don't spray it
say wha
say what
sayable
sayd
sayde
saye
sayed
sayeds
sayeret
sayest
sayeth
sayid (current term)
sayids
sayin'
saying
sayings
saymaster
saymasters
sayne
sayon
sayonara
sayonaras
sayons
sayrite
says
says me

Literary usage of Sayid

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

1. The Standard Cantatas: Their Stories, Their Music, and Their Composers by George Putnam Upton (1887)
"The characters are Ilmas, daughter of Sawa (soprano) ; sayid, ... As sayid prepares to meet his fate, he is recognized by Sawa as his rescuer at a time when ..."

2. The World's Great Classics by Timothy Dwight, Julian Hawthorne (1899)
"For sayid shares the solemn gloom, And mingles with their mouldering clay. ... But tho' of sayid I'm bereft, From whom the stream of bounty came, sayid a ..."

3. Pearls of the Faith: Or, Islam's Rosary, Being the Ninety-nine Beautiful by Edwin Arnold (1883)
"So led they sayid forth before the camp At Azan; and a eunuch of the guard, ... sayid replied, "Death is not terrible to me who die Red with this ..."

4. Pearls of the Faith: Or, Islam's Rosary; Being the Ninety-nine Beautiful by Edwin Arnold (1883)
"Cry to the desert-wind to turn and come, But call not sayid. ... The days passed, sayid came not, and they led The hostage forth, for Ishak now must die ..."

5. The Standard Cantatas: Their Stories, Their Music, and Their Composers : a by George Putnam Upton (1887)
"The characters are Ilmas, daughter of Sawa (soprano); sayid, ... As sayid prepares to meet his fate, he is recognized by Sawa as his rescuer at a time when ..."

6. Oriental Literature by Richard James Horatio Gottheil, Epiphanius Wilson (1899)
"For sayid shares the solemn gloom, And mingles with their mouldering day. ... But tho' of sayid I'm bereft, From whom the stream of bounty came, sayid a ..."

7. Arabian Poetry for English Readers by William Alexander Clouston (1881)
"With envy I their lot survey ; For sayid shares the solemn gloom, And mingles with their mouldering clay. Dear youth ! I'm doomed thy loss to mourn, ..."

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