Banu Sa'd ibn Zayd Manat
|Banu Sa'd ibn Zayd Manat|
بنو سعد بن زيد منات
Banner of Banu Sa'd ibn Zayd Manat
|Descended from||Sa'd ibn Zayd Manat|
|Religion||Paganism, later Islam|
Sa'd ibn Zayd Manat had seven sons: Ka'b, 'Amr, al-Harith, 'Awafa, Jashm, Malik and 'Abshams.
There are also sub-clans to the Banu Sa'd ibn Zayd Manat:
- Banu al-Haram
- Banu Hamman
- Banu al-A'raj
- Banu Qurai'
- Banu Bahdala
- Banu Barniq
- Banu 'Utarid
A popular Arabic proverb seems to revolve around the progenitor of this tribe, Sa'd ibn Zayd Manat:
أوردها سعدٌ وسعدٌ مشتمل ما هكذا تورد يا سعد الإبل
"Sa'd watered them, but was still wearing his cloak. Camels are not to be watered thus, O Sa'd."
it is Malik, Sa'd's brother who said it. Because Sa'd did not take good care of the camels left to him to attend by his brother who was busy with his marriage.
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