Saba may refer to:
Ali is a common unisex name. In Arabic, Ali is derived from the Arabic root ʕ-l-w, which literally means "high", "elevated" or "champion". Islamic traditional use of the name goes back to the Islamic leader Ali ibn Abi Talib but the name is also present among some pre-Islamic Arabs and identical in form and meaning to the Hebrew: עֵלִי, Eli, which goes back to the High Priest Eli in the biblical Books of Samuel. The name Ali is common amongst various other cultures. Among English speakers as short for male or female names starting with "Al-", such as Alice, Alison, Alisha, Alistair, Alexander, or Alexandra. In Old Norse, Áli and Åle are alternate forms of Onela. Ali is a Finnish male given name, derived from Aleksanteri.
Mansur ; also spelled Mounsor, Monsur (Bengali), Mansoor, Manser, Mansour, Mansyur (Indonesian) or Mensur (Turkish), is a male Arabic name that means "He who is victorious", from the Arabic root naṣr (نصر), meaning "victory."
ʻAbd al-Majīd is a Muslim male given name and, in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words ʻabd and al-Majīd, one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names. It means "servant of the All-glorious". It is rendered in Turkish as Abdülmecid.
Atiyyah, which generally implies "something received as a gift" or also means "present, gift, benefit, boon, favor, granting, giving".
Haddad is a primarily Levantine family name originating in Aramaic.
Mahmud is a transliteration of the male Arabic given name محمود, common in most parts of the Islamic world. It comes from the Arabic triconsonantal root Ḥ-M-D, meaning praise, along with Muhammad.
Nassim also transliterated as Nacim, Naseem, Nasseem, Nasim, Nesim or Nessim, is a unisex Arabic name. It is mostly used in Middle Eastern and South Asian cultures and language groups. It may refer to:
Ayyash or the variant Ayash or francicized Ayach and Ayache may refer to:
Bibi is a given name, nickname and surname.
Nabīl or Nabeel is a male given name of Arabic origin, meaning "noble". The feminine version is Nabila, Nabeela, Nabilah, Nabseela or Nabeelah. The name Nabil has a similar meaning to the English given name Patrick.
Abdul Wahhab is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words ʻabd and al-Wahhāb, one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names. It means "servant of the all-giver".
Salaam may refer to:
Hassan or Hasan is an Arabic, Irish, Scottish, or Jewish surname.
Zahra is an Islamic female given name of Arabic origin. It means ‘beautiful, bright, shining and brilliant’. The name became popularized as a result of being the name of the Islamic prophet Muhammad’s daughter, Fatimah al-Zahra.
ʻAbd al-Karīm is a Muslim male given name and, in modern usage, also a surname. It is built from the Arabic words ʻabd and al-Karīm, one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names. It means "servant of the most Generous". It is rendered as Abdolkarim in Persian, Abdulkerim in Albania, Bosnia and Abdülkerim in Turkey.
Ataullah or the alternative Atallah is an Arabic given name meaning "gift of God", composed of Ata (gift) + Allah (God). It is also a surname to Middle Eastern Christians, derived from the Aramaic form Attallah or Atallah. The Iranian variant of the same name is Ataollah.
Ayoub is the Arabic name of the biblical figure Job.
Jawad, Bosnian: Dževad; Russian: Жавад, romanized: Dzhavad; Azerbaijani: Cavad; Turkish: Cevat; Albanian: Xhevat) is an Arabic given name that means generous, liberal, magnanimous, merciful, and open-handed. The name is common in the Balkans, Caucasus, Middle East and South Asia.
Georges El-Murr, BC was Archbishop of the Melkite Greek Catholic Archeparchy of Petra and Philadelphia in Amman.
Karam is a given name and a surname. People with the name include: