Sa'id ibn Aws al-Ansari
Died 831 [215 A.H.] Academic work Main interests poetry, philology, fiqh (law), etc. Notable works Ṭabaqāt al-Naḥwīyīn wa-al-Lughawīyīn Abū Zayd Sa’īd ibn Aws al-Anṣārī ( أبو زيد سعيد بن أوس الأنصاري; died 830 CE/215 AH) was an Arab linguist and a reputable narrator of hadith.  Sibawayh and al-Jāḥiẓ were among his pupils.    
His father was  Aws ibn Thabit also a hadith narrator, while his grandfather Thabit ibn Bashir was one of the three scribes who wrote down the Qur'an during Muhammad's era.
He died in
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