Abbasid /əˈbasɪd, ˈabəsɪd/


I. adjective

relating to a dynasty of caliphs who ruled in Baghdad from 750 to 1258.
II. noun

a member of the Abbasid dynasty.
– origin named after al-Abbas (566–652), the prophet Muhammad’s uncle: the dynasty was founded by his descendants.

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