Definition of Mendoub in English:

Mendoub

(also Mandub, Mendub)

Pronunciation /mɛnˈduːb/

noun

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

Origin

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