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 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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