Saadian

noun
Saa·di·an | \ˈsädēən\
plural -s

Definition of Saadian 

: a member of a dynasty of sherifs of Arab descent ruling Morocco between 1550 and 1688 and noted for their splendid tombs in Marrakech

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History and Etymology for Saadian

Saadi, 16th and 17th century dynasty of sherifs in Morocco + English -an

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