Mahmud

(from the article `Necati, sa`) ...entered the service of one of his sovereign`s sons, Prince Abdullah. Upon his return to Constantinople, Necati was once again awarded a government ...
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Mahmud

(from the article `Ramazan Dynasty`) ...of Ottoman territories to the Taurus Mountains and after an Ottoman-Mamlk war in 1485–90, the Ramazan territory assumed strategic importance for ...
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Mahmud

Mahmud is a Arabic boy name. The meaning of the name is `Praised` Where is it used? The name Mahmud is mainly used In Muslim.How do they say it elsewhere? Mehmed ( In Turkish) Muhammad ( In Muslim) Mahmood ( In Indian) Mehmud ( In Indian) See also In Turkish: Mehmet In Muslim: Mohammed In Muslim: Mohammad In Muslim: Tamid In Muslim: Mohamed In Mus...
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Mahmud

Mahmud was the Sultan of Ghazna and the founder of the Mohammedan Empire in India. He was born about 970 at Ghazna and died in 1030. His father, Sabaktagin, governor of Ghazna, owned a nominal allegiance to Persia, but was really independent. On his death Mahmud put aside his elder brother; formed an alliance against the Persian monarch, overthrew ...
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Mahmud

Mahmud is the primary transliteration of the Arabic given name, محمود, Maḥmūd, that comes from the Arabic triconsonantal root of Ḥ-M-D `Praise`. Despite sharing the same triconsonantal root, this name is distinct from the name Muhammad. The name is common in most parts of the Islamic world; it is used as a given name for males, while t.....
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