- n. A male given name
- From Arabic عزيز, meaning dear (Wiktionary)
“Aziz is already serving prison terms for the forced displacement of Kurds and his role in the state's execution of 42 merchants in 1992.”
“Landon spent a few months at Bayern two seasons ago, and Aziz is a hardcore Bayern supporter.”
“When Aziz was transferred from U.S. to Iraqi custody, his family said they were worried about his health in Baghdad's Kazimiyah prison, where Aziz is now being held.”
“Shahriman proceeded to dower and equip his daughter; and Taj al-Muluk said to his sire, Of a truth, this young man Aziz is of the generous and hath done me a notable service, having borne weariness with me; and he hath travelled with me and hath brought me to my desire.”
“I called Aziz, and we rode straight to Taiyibe, over rough stretches of lava, trackless, and piled across with walls of broken stone.”
“I wonder if Tariq Aziz is going to get nervous when he hearsay the name Aziz coming up in this video game.”
“Fluent in English, Aziz was known as the international face of Hussein's government prior to the US invasion.”
“According to recent polls, General Ould Abdel Aziz is trailed by Ahmed Ould Dada and Messaoud Ould Boulkheir.”
“Better to slit her throat, wait a couple weeks, a month, call Aziz.”
“Then she asked, “O Aziz, which is liefer to thee life or death?””
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