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- Masoud (also spelled M****oud, Masood, Mas'ud, Masud, Messaoud, Mesut, Mesud or Mosād, in Arabic: مسعود اِقرا:مَس عَود‎, in Persian: مسعود خوانده شود:مسود...
- Tareque Masud (6 December 1956 – 13 August 2011) was a Bangladeshi independent film director, film producer, screenwriter and lyricist. He first found...
- Catherine Masud (Bengali: ক্যাথরিন মাসুদ) is an American-born filmmaker, residing in Bangladesh from 1995-2015. She now lives in the United States. She...
- Ala ud-Din Masud (fl. 1242–46) was the seventh sultan of the Mamluk dynasty (Slave dynasty). He was the son of Rukn ud-Din Firuz (1236), grandson of Shah...
- Ghazi Salar Masud or Ghazi Miyan (1014 – 1034 CE) was a semi-legendary Muslim figure from India. By the 12th century, he had become reputed as a warrior...
- Masud Rana is a fictional character created in 1966 by writer Qazi Anwar Hussain, who featured him in over 400 novels. Hussain created the adult spy-thriller...
- Masud Sabri, also known as Masʿūd Ṣabrī (Uyghur: مەسئۇت سابرى, مسعود صبري‎; simplified Chinese: 麦斯武德·沙比尔; traditional Chinese: 麥斯武德·沙比爾; pinyin: Màisīwǔdé·Shābì'ěr;...
- of 17 or 18 after the disposition of Masud Shah. He succeeded Ala ud din Masud after the chiefs replaced Masud when they felt that he began to behave...
- Abdullah ibn Mas'ud (Arabic: عَبْد ٱللَّٰه ٱبْن مَسْعُود‎, ʿAbd Allāh ibn Masʿūd; c.594-c.653) was a companion of the Islamic prophet, Muhammad. He was also...
- Masud II or Mas'ud II (Old Anatolian Turkish: مَسعود دوم, Ghiyāth ad-Dīn Mas'ūd bin Kaykāwūs (Persian: غياث الدين مسعود بن كيكاوس‎) bore the title of...
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