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The answer SAID has 334 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of said in various dictionaries:
verb - express in words
verb - report or maintain
verb - express a supposition
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Said (also spelled Saeed, Sa'eid, Said, Sid, or Sayid; Arabic: , Sad) is a male Arabic given name, which means "happy". For the female version, see Saida; for the Turkish variant, see Sait; for the Bosnian variant, see Sejad and Sead. Said or Sid is the spelling used in most Latin languages.|
* The Maltese surname Said, pronounced [sat], has the same origin but has been borne by Latin Catholics for over seven centuries. Most Maltese surnames are of Italian origin, but this (with Abdilla) is one of the very few authentically Arabic given names that have survived in the islands as family names. It is a variant of the medieval Sicilian Christian surname Saido or Saito (Saidu), which was derived from the Siculo-Arabic given name Sa'd used by both Muslims and Christians. In Sicily and Malta this surname was sometimes italianized as (De) Felice. The surname was established in Malta by 1419, appearing mostly as Sayd in the militia list of that year. In the 1480 militia list it is spelt mostly Sa