Hassan

[hah-suh n, ha-san]

Hasan

or Has·san

[hah-suh n, ha-san]
noun
  1. al-Hasan, a.d. 624?–669?, Arabian caliph: son of Ali and Fatima (brother of Hussein).

Hassan II

noun
  1. 1929–1999, king of Morocco 1961–99.
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Contemporary Examples of hassan

Historical Examples of hassan

  • Hassan's troops were already in their boats, and were rowing to shore.

    At Aboukir and Acre

    George Alfred Henty

  • Edgar went out with Hassan, and left them and Sidi together.

    At Aboukir and Acre

    George Alfred Henty

  • "I wonder what little Hassan would say," remarked her mother.

  • The family of Abi Hafsa came next to that of Hassan in poetical gifts.

  • Therefore the fate of Sennacherib is the fate of Hassan Subah!'

    Alroy

    Benjamin Disraeli


British Dictionary definitions for hassan

Hassan II

noun
  1. 1929–1999, king of Morocco (1961–99)
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