Definition of Farouk in English:

Farouk

Line breaks: Far¦ouk
Pronunciation: /faˈruːk
 
/
( 1920–65), king of Egypt, reigned 1936–52. Farouk’s defeat in the Arab-Israeli conflict of 1948, together with the general corruption of his reign, led to a military coup in 1952, masterminded by Nasser. Farouk was forced to abdicate in favour of his infant son, Fuad.

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