Origin of seif
Examples from the Web for seif
Not far away, a bespectacled 12-year-old boy named Seif trailed after his parents.Muslim Brotherhood, Activists Face Off On Egypt’s Streets|Mike Giglio|December 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Chomping on a fine Cuban cigar, he speculated that Seif might even be a straw man for America.
The plan presented by Seif would set up a new opposition leadership body, setting aside a number of seats for the SNC.
Ahead of the Seif push, in hopes of staying relevant, the SNC traveled to Doha to make its own attempt at becoming more inclusive.
Seif, too, makes frequent trips from Syria to Turkey and back, shuttling needed supplies.Syria’s Rag-Tag Rebel Army’s Sophisticated Campaigns|Mike Giglio|July 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The seif or hot weather lasts from March to mid-June; the temperature rarely exceeds 105 F.
The sword (Seif) has a short and straight blade, resembling a large knife.
The men sit on their haunches to reap, the sickle (Seif) being not unlike our own.