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|Did you know that in the 1881 UK census there were 17 people with the Said surname? In that year Said was ranked number 3562 for popularity in the UK.|
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|Did you know that there are currently 771 people with the Said surname in the UK? Said is now ranked number 3314 for popularity in the UK.|
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|Did you know that there are currently 3038 people with the Said surname in the USA? Said is ranked number 156 for popularity in the USA.|
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|Qaboos bin Said al Said||Qaboos bin Said Al Said (;; born 18 November 1940 in Salalah) is the Sultan of Oman.|
|Zubir Said||Zubir Said (22 July 1907 ? 16 November 1987) was a Singaporean composer originally from the Minangkabau highlands of Indonesia who composed the national anthem of Singapore, "Majulah Singapura" ("Onward Singapore").|
|Samira Said||Samira Said ((native name: Samira Bensa?d) (born January 10, 1954) is an Arabic singer.|
|Boris Said||Boris Said (born September 18, 1962) is an American race car driver from Carlsbad, California but considers his hometown to be Stamford, Connecticut.|
|Wenderson Arruda Said||Wenderson de Arruda Said, aka Wender (born April 17, 1975 in Guiratinga, Mato Grosso), is a Brazilian footballer currently playing with Cyprus' Ermis Aradippou, as a forward.|
|Abdelhadi Said||Abdelhadi Said (born 1974 in Marrakech) is a Moroccan poet.|
|Azalina Othman Said||Datuk Seri Azalina binti Othman Said was the Tourism Minister in the previous Cabinet of Malaysia.|
|Hassan Abdul Said||Hassan Abdul Said is a citizen of Iraqwho was held in extrajudicial detention in the United States Guantanamo Bay detention camps, in Cuba.|
|Ahmad Said||Datuk Ahmad Said (born 1957) is the Menteri Besar of the state of Terengganu, Malaysia since 2008.|
|Edward Said||Edward Wadie Sa?d (1 November 1935 ? 25 September 2003) was a Palestinian American literary theorist, cultural critic, and an advocate for Palestinian rights.|
|Amina Said||Amina Said, also spelled Amina Sa?d (born 1953 in Tunis) is a francophone Tunisian author.|
|A. Samad Said||Abdul Samad bin Muhammad Said, pen name A.|
|Ali Said||Ali Sa'id Sheik Hassan, also referred to as Ali Sa'id Hassan Awale and Ali Said (died 17 June 2009), was the chief of police of Mogadishu and a commander of security forces during the war in Somalia, in which he was killed by sniper fire in June 2009.|
|Rida Said||Rida Said (1876-1945) is a Syrian physician, one of the founders of Damascus University and a former minister of education.|