Look up Said in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Sa'id Pronunciation/ˈsɑʕiːd/ GenderMale MeaningHappy OriginArabic Not to be confused with Sayyid or Zayd.Sa'id (Arabic: سعيد, Sa'īd) (also spelled Saeed, Saeid, Said, or Sayid) is a male Arabic given name meaning "happy". Given name, Saeed Ajmal, Pakistani cricketer, Said Bahaji, German al-Qaeda member, Saeid Bayat (born 1976), Iranian football midfielder, Saeid Davarpanah (born 1987), Iranian professional basketball player, Saeid Ebrahimi (born 1982), Iranian wrestler, Saeed al-Ghamdi, Saudi Arabian hijacker of United Airlines Flight 93 in the September 11 attacks, Saeed Hanaei, Iranian serial killer, Sa'id Hormozi, Iranian musician, Saeid Ali-Hosseini (born 1988), Iranian weightlifter, Sultan Said Khan, ruler of Kashgaria in 1514-1533, Saeid Marouf (born 1985), volleyball player from Iran, Saeed al-Masri, Egyptian al-Qaeda member, Saeed Akhtar Mirza (born 1943), Indian film director, Saeed Nafisi, Iranian scholar, Saeed Naqvi, Indian journalist, Saeid Pirdoost, Iranian actor, Said Sheikh Samatar, Somali historian, Said Ali al-Shihri, Saudi Arabian al-Qaeda member, Said bin Sultan, Sultan of Muscat and Oman (1797-1856), Saïd Taghmaoui (born 1973), French actor, Saeed bin Zaid (593-673), one of the Companions of Muhammed, This page or section lists people that share the same given name. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change that link to point directly to the intended article. Abu Sa'id: Abu Sa'id (Ilkhanid dynasty) (1316-1335), ninth ruler of the Ilkhanate state in Iran, Abu Sa'id (Timurid dynasty) (1424-1469), mid-fifteenth century Timurid Empire ruler in what are today parts of Persia and Afghanistan, Khaled al-Hassan (1928-1994), known as Abu Said, Palestine Liberation Organization leader, Abū-Sa'īd Abul-Khayr (967-1049), Persian Sufi and poet, Surname, Abdelmadjid Sidi Said, leader of the Algerian trade union UGTA, Abdulla Saeed (born 1964), chief justice of the Maldives, Agha Saeed, chairman of the American Muslim Alliance, Amina Said (born 1953), poet, Brian Said (born 1973), Maltese footballer, Edward Said (1935-2003), Palestinian-American literary critic and theorist, Hakim Said, (1920-1998), Pakistani physician and scholar, Samira Said (born 1961), Moroccan pop star, Wafic Saïd (born 1939), Syrian businessman, This page or section lists people with the surname Sa'id, Saeed, Said, Saïd. If an internal link intending to refer to a specific person led you to this page, you may wish to change that link by adding the person's given name(s) to the link. Fictional characters, Sayid Jarrah, character on the television series Lost, Kareem Saïd, character on the HBO drama Oz., Other uses, Sa'idi people refers to the inhabitants of Upper Egypt. This term is not linked to the name Sa'id, as they are two different Arabic words: the former is pronounced and spelled with a Ṣād (thus صعيدي) and the latter, a Sīn.
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