Meaning of Mendoub in English:

Mendoub

Pronunciation /mɛnˈduːb/

noun

(also Mandub)
historical
  • The Sultan of Morocco's representative in the administration of the international city of Tangier, with responsibility for presiding over the legislative assembly.

    Tangier was an international city, under the jurisdiction of France, Spain, Britain, and several other countries, between 1923 and 1956.

Origin

1920s; earliest use found in The Times. From Arabic mandūb delegate, representative, passive participle of nadaba to send as a delegate or representative.