Farouk I

(redirected from Farouk of Egypt)
Also found in: Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Fa·rouk I

also Fa·ruk I  (fə-ro͞ok′) 1920-1965.
King of Egypt (1936-1952) who lost support of his army after Egypt's military loss to Israel (1948) and was overthrown (1952) by a coup d'état led by Gamal Nasser.

Farouk I

(fəˈruːk) or

Faruk I

(Biography) 1920–65, last king of Egypt (1936–52). He was forced to abdicate (1952)

Fa•ruk I

or Fa•rouk I

(fəˈruk, fɑ-)
1920–65, king of Egypt from 1936 until his abdication in 1952.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Farouk I - king of Egypt who in 1952 was ousted by a military coup d'etat (1920-1965)
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
King Farouk of Egypt ordered expensive dresses for his queen from the Paris salon of Christian Dior.
The auction will be held in Seef Mall, Muharraq from January 23 to 25, and will include an Islamic Ottoman Empire gold coin taken directly from the private collection of King Farouk of Egypt expected to go for more than BD6,500.
In its glory days, Platres attracted kings, like Farouk of Egypt, and international writers and artists.
1952: King Farouk of Egypt abdicated after a coup led by General Neguib.
He said: "Labour can deliver the goods." 1952: King Farouk of Egypt abdicated after a coup led by General Neguib.
Those who have stayed at the hotel include King Farouk of Egypt, US President Richard Nixon, King Gustav of Sweden, King Umberto of Italy, Emperor of Ethiopia Haile Selassie and the English military commander Field Marshal Montgomery.
This is a chronology of all Arab summits involving the first emergency Inshas conference in 1946 and the last Zahran meeting in April 2018: -- The extraordinary Inshas summit was held in May 1946 upon request from King Farouk of Egypt, with the attendance of the seven co-founders of the Arab League: Egypt, East Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Iraq, Lebanon and Syria.
During the annual Dubai auctions in March, Christie's saw a new record set for a watch sold in the Middle East: A Patek Philippe reference 1518, made for King Farouk of Egypt, was bought for Dh3.35 million.
British threats to occupy Cairo prompted King Farouk of Egypt to dismiss Nahas Pasha, but in July 1952 King Farouk was overthrown and General Mohammed Naguib seized power.
Home to Evian mineral water the resort has been visited by royalty like King Edward VII and George V, and King Farouk of Egypt, but it is its training facilities which attracted Reds boss Jurgen Klopp.
Sotheby's London offered for sale three lots formerly in the personal collection of HRH King Farouk of Egypt on 6 June.
He said: ''Labour can deliver the goods.'' 1952: King Farouk of Egypt abdicated after a coup led by General Neguib.