Tirmizi, al-Tirmidhi, Termezi or Tarmizi (Persian : ترمذی, Arabic : الترمذي) — nisba means "from Termez" (in Persian, Arabic, etc.) and may refer to:
Bukhari, also spelled as Bokhari, Bukhary and Bukhori, is a common surname in South Asia and in the Muslim world, meaning "from Bukhara".
Jalal al-Din is a male Muslim given name of Arabic origin, formed from the name Jalal with the suffix al-Din. It may also be written as Jalal ad-Din, Jalaluddin, Jalaleddin, Dželaludin and Djelaludin.
ʻAbd al-Ḥamīd, also spelled as Abdulhamid, Abd-ul Hamid, and Abd ol-Hamid, is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words ʻabd and al-Ḥamīd, one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which gave rise to the Muslim theophoric names. It means "servant of the All-laudable".
Darwish and Darvish are alternate transliterations of the Persian word "dervish", used in Arabic: درويش, referring to a Sufi aspirant. There is no v sound in most Modern Arabic dialects and so the originally Persian word is usually pronounced with a w sound in Arabic. The word appears as a surname in the Levant or for people descended from Levantine communities, particularly in Lebanon, Syria, Israel, the Palestinian territories and Afghanistan. In Iraq, the surname, which in Arabic means "wandering, roaming", has been borne by people of Jewish descent as well.
Haydar, also spelt Hajdar, Hayder, Heidar, Haider, Heydar, and other variants, is an Arabic male given name, also used as a surname, meaning "lion".
Taher is a name meaning "pure" or "virtuous". The origin of this name is Arabic. There are several Semitic variations that include connotations given in Africa, Asia, and Europe. It is traditionally a given name in Muslim and Jewish communities originating from the Middle East and Africa.
Sayyid (Arabic: سيد, Persian:[sejˈjed]; meaning 'Lord', 'Master'; plural: Sadat Arabic: سادة sādah is a masculine name given to descendants of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. It is not to be confused with Sa‘id.
Yusuf is a male name meaning "God increases". It is the Arabic equivalent of the Hebrew name Yosef and the English name Joseph. It is widely used in many parts of the world by Arabs of all Abrahamic religions, including Middle Eastern Jews, Arab Christians, and Muslims.
Abd al-Qadir or Abdulkadir is a male Muslim given name. It is formed from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Qadir. The name means "servant of who can do everything", Al=The. Al-Qādir being one of the names of Allah in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.
Muhammad, also spelled Muhammed, Muhamad, Mohammad, Mohammed, Mahammad, Mohamad, Mohamed or in a variety of other ways, is an Arabic given male name meaning 'Praiseworthy'. The name comes from the passive participle of the Arabic verb ḥammada (حَمَّدَ), meaning 'to praise', which itself comes from the triconsonantal Semitic root Ḥ-M-D. Believed to be the most popular name in the world, by 2014 it was estimated to have been given to 150 million men and boys.
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".
Zakariya is a masculine given name, the Arabic form of Zechariah which is of Hebrew origin, meaning "God/YHWH has remembered".
Kazem means "tolerant", "forgiving", and "having patience" is an Arabic male given name. Although the pronunciation of the Arabic letter Ẓāʾ is often closer to a strong "d" sound, given the prevalence of the name in Greater Iran, and subsequent cultural exchanges between Persia and Indian Subcontinent, Central Asia and Anatolia, the letter is commonly pronounced as Z. Thus the name's pronunciation differs based on location and consequently in its transcription. The most notable person to be awarded with this epithet was Musa-Al-Kadhim, the seventh Shia Imam, who is revered by both Sunnis and Sufis too.
Qaderi is an Arabic/Islamic surname. It is associated with the Sufi saint Abdul Qadir Gilani or the Qadiriyya order founded by him.
Sharaf al-Din and Sharif al-Din are two related male Muslim given names. The Turkish form of the name is Şerafettin. They may refer to:
Mohy al-Din is a male Muslim name composed of the elements Muhyi, meaning "reviver", and ad-Din, meaning "of the faith".
Shihab al-Din may refer to:
Zayn ad-Din is an Arabic name meaning "grace of the religion" and may refer to:
Abdul Samad It may be roughly translated as "servant of the Self-sufficient Master" or "servant of the Eternal Refuge".
Abdul Latif is a Muslim male given name and, in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words ʻabd and al-Laṭīf, one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which gave rise to the Muslim theophoric names. It means "servant of the All-gentle".