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Yazid may refer to:
- Yazid I (645–683), second Umayyad Caliph upon succeeding his father Muawiyah
- Yazid II (687–724), Umayyad caliph
- Yazid III (701–744), Umayyad caliph
- Yazid Kaïssi (born 1981), French-born Moroccan footballer
- Yazid Mansouri (born 1978), French-born Algerian footballer
- Yazid ibn al-Muhallab (672–720), Umayyad governor
- Yazid of Morocco (1750–1792), Sultan of Morocco
- Yazid Sabeg (born 1950), French businessman
- Yazid ibn Abi Sufyan (d. 640), brother of the early Umayyad leader Muawiyah I, and companion of Muhammad
- Yazid Sufaat (born 1964), suspected militant
- Yazid Zerhouni (born 1937), Algerian politician
- Zinedine Zidane (Zinedine ibn Yazid ibn Zidane, born 1972), French international footballer of Algerian descent
- Abu Yazid (873–947), Kharijite Berber of the Banu Ifran tribe
- Mhamed Yazid (1923–2003), Algerian independence activist and politician
- Yazidi, a mostly Kurdish-speaking ethnoreligious group
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