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HaNagid (993 – 1056), called Naghrela ( "the dark one") by awed Arabs, improbably became the leader of all Andalusia's Jewry (nagid means governor and is the source of his name).
Saul's kingship was limited, and his main title was not melech king but nagid military commander.
Daniel (9: 25) "Messiah the Prince" (Heb. nagid); compare Acts
I know you'd have to be crazy to take a vacation while you're unemployed ... but, bo nagid, let's just saaaaaaay that you did.
Heb. nagid, a prominent, conspicuous person, whatever his capacity: as, chief of the royal palace (2 Chr. 28: 7; comp.