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Sayyid (feminine: Sayyida) is the Basarji word for a scion as well as being a general term for a minor noble. It is literally translated as "master" or "lord".
Any person who has a faris as a vassal or who has a bloodline is commonly called sayyid. In theory, at least, all sayyids are descendants of those who fought at Deismaar.
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