Atlantic port city, western Morocco. Safi was in turn inhabited by Carthaginians (who named it Asfi), Romans, and Goths and finally by Muslims in the ...
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Safi or Saffi (both: sä'fē) , city (1994 pop. 262,276), W central Morocco, on the Atlantic Ocean. It is a center of the Moroccan fishing and canning industries. Phosphates are exported. Safi was a Portuguese base in the early 16th cent.; it then became (until 1660) the chief port, bei...
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Safi is an Unani medicine which claims to be a blood-purifier. It is produced by Hamdard Laboratories (Waqf) in Pakistan, as well as by Hamdard (Wakf) Laboratories in Ghaziabad, India. According to the package, it "corrects the digestive system, relieves constipation, prevents and cures boils, pimples, and skin eruptions." In Aug
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Safi (صفيّ) is a masculine name of Arabic origin meaning "pure." Feminine forms are Safa, Safia, Saphia, Safiyyah. ...
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Safi (ساپی sāpai; plur. ساپي sāpi) is a major branch of the greater Gharghasht Pashtun tribe, originating in the Kohi Safi district of Parwan province, and also makes up majority in the Pech Valley of Kunar, Afghanistan, and is present in smaller numbers in Mohmand and Bajaur Agency, FATA, Pakistan. Currently Safi
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