The khedive of Egypt persuades himself that the success of the equilateral will silence his local political rivals.
She admitted his ultimate authority and especially the loyalty and duty of the Egyptian army and khedive to him.
He received the medal and clasp, khedive's star and the 3rd class of the Medjidie.
We have no boat now to communicate by lake, and you do not mention what has become of the steamers, the khedive and Nyanza.
And if you think Ferdinand's the man to give in to a cranky khedive, you're much mistaken.
At the mention of this name the khedive exhibited genuine interest.
Was he in the employ of the khedive, or was he still responsible to the Home Government?
After giving his orders in the name of the khedive, he disappears as mysteriously, no one knows whither.
In 1875 she purchased the shares owned by the khedive of Egypt.
The khedive and his outriders are jostled in most unseemly fashion by bare-boned donkeys whipped along by ragged urchins.
Turkish viceroy of Egypt, 1867, from French khédive, from Turkish khidiv, from Persian khidiw "prince," derivative of khuda "master, prince," from Old Persian khvadata- "lord," from compound *khvat-data-, literally "created from oneself," from khvat- (from PIE *swe-tos "from oneself," ablative of root *s(w)e-; see idiom) + data- "created."