Saud

[sah-ood]
noun
  1. (Saud ibn Abdul-Aziz), 1901?–69, king of Saudi Arabia 1953–64 (son of ibn-Saud and brother of Faisal).
  2. Ab·dul-A·ziz ibn- [ahb-doo l-ah-zeez ib-uh n] /ɑbˈdʊl ɑˈziz ˈɪb ən/. Abdul-Aziz ibn Saud .
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  • When he died in 1787 his disciple, Saud, proved a worthy successor.

    The New World of Islam

    Lothrop Stoddard

  • Having consolidated the Nejd, Saud was now ready to undertake the greater task of subduing and purifying the Moslem world.

    The New World of Islam

    Lothrop Stoddard


British Dictionary definitions for saud

Saud

noun
  1. full name Saud ibn Abdul-Aziz. 1902–69, king of Saudi Arabia (1953–64); son of Ibn Saud. He was deposed by his brother Faisal
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