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Arabic

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The meaning of Sadaf is ‘sea shell’. It is a name typically given to boys and is of Arabic origin. Notable bearers of the name in sports are Sadaf Siddiqui, a Pakistani track and field athlete, and Sadaf Rahimi who is an Afghani boxer.

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Arabic

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The name Saddam is of Arabic origin, and the meaning of Saddam is 'one who confronts'. There are a few meanings of the name Saddam and they are 'one who regularly causes collisions', 'powerful collider', and 'powerful confronter'. Saddam is generally used to name boys and the pronounciation of the name Saddam is 'SAADAHM'.

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Arabic

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The meaning of Sadi is ‘lucky’ or ‘destined for happiness’. It is a name typically given to boys and is of Arabic origin. On the other hand, Sadi also means ‘princess’ and it is derived from the Hebrew name Sarah. A notable bearer of this name is Sadi Carnot, a French engineer, and physicist. His full name was Nicolas Léonard Sadi Carnot and he is regarded as the father of thermodynamics.

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Arabic

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An Arabic origin name, the meaning of Saeed is ‘happy', 'patient', 'blissful', 'auspicious’. It is a common name in Arabic countries, and is mostly used as a given name. Famous personalities with this name in cricket are Saeed Ajmal and Saeed Anwar, both former Pakistani cricket players.

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Arabic

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The meaning of Safi is ‘pure', 'clear', 'chosen’ and the name is of Arabic origin. It is a common name in the Middle East. Parents traditionally give this name to baby boys.

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Arabic

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A name of Arabic origin, the meaning of Said is 'happy', 'lucky'. Said is considered a masculine name and is typically chosen by parents who are looking for a boy's name. It can be used as a both a first name and a surname. The name is a popular choice in Arabic-speaking countries and communities.

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Arabic

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A name of Arabic origin, the meaning of Saif is 'a sword'. The name also means 'a saber'. It is a name typically chosen by parents for baby boys. It is most common in Arabic-speaking countries and communities as both a first name and last name. A historical figure to share this name is Saif bin Sultan who was the Imam of the Ibadi sect based in Oman. He led successful victories over the Portguese in Africa during his reign from 1692 to 1711.

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Arabic

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The meaning of Saifullah is ‘sword of God’ and it is of Arabic origin. It is composed of two Arabic elements: ‘sayf’ meaning ‘sword’ and the other being ‘Allah’ which means ‘god’. Notable people who carry the name Saifullah include Saifullah Bangash who is a Pakistani cricketer, Saifullah 'Sam' Zaman who was a British DJ and music producer, and Saifullah Khan who is a Bangladeshi cricket bowler.

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Arabic

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A name of Arabic origin, the meaning of Sajjad is 'kneeling in prayer'. The name Sajjad also means 'a worshipper of Allah'. This name is generally considered a boy's name. Sajjad is mostly used in Arabic-speaking countries as both a first name and last name. Famous people who have this name is Sajjad Akbar (Pakistani cricketer), Sajjad Hussain (Indian cricketer) and Sajjad Karim (British-Asian politician).

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Arabic

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The meaning of Sakhr is 'a solid rock' and the name is of Arabic origin. The name also means 'a boulder'. Sakhr is typically a name parents give to baby boys. It is a common name in Arabic-speaking countries.

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Arabic

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The meaning of Saleh is ‘virtuous’ and it is of Arabic origin. It is related to the Arabic word ‘sālịh’ which means ‘pious’ or ‘righteous’. According to the Qur'an, the name Saleh denotes ‘messenger of Allah’. Saleh Al-Fawzan is the name of the most senior scholar of Islam in Saudi Arabia. Other known people who carry the name Saleh include Saleh Ali al- Sammad who was a Yemeni political figure, Saleh Abdullah Kamel who was a Saudi Arabian billionaire businessman, and Saleh Bakri who is a Palestinian film and theatre actor.

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Arabic

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Arabic

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A name of Arabic origin, the meaning of Salil is 'sword'. It also means 'son' and 'descendant'. According to Sanskrit, this name means 'water'. Salil is considered a masculine name and is generally preferred by parents who are looking for a boy's name. It is most commonly used in Arabic-speaking countries.

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Arabic

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A name of Arabic origin, the meaning of Salim is 'undamaged'. The name Salim also means 'safe and sound' and 'intact'. Other meanings include 'healthy', 'peace', 'perfection', 'faultless', 'free' and 'mild'. One of the many meanings is 'whole'. Salim is a name usually considered by parents who are looking for a boy's name.

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Arabic

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The meaning of Salman is 'secure', 'safe' and the name is of Arabic origin. Another meaning is 'companion'. This name is associated with Prophet Muhammad. It is typically a name given to baby boys. Famous people sharing the name Salman are Salman Khan (Indian actor), Salman Butt (Pakistani cricketer) and Salman Rushdie (British-Indian novelist).

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Arabic

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The meaning of Samad is 'eternal', 'loving' and the name is of Arabic origin. Samad is considered a masculine name and is commonly given to baby boys. It is a popular first name and last name in Arabic-speaking countries. Famous people sharing the name Samad are Samad Marfavi (Iranian soccer player), Samad Taylor (American baseball player) and Samad Oppong (Ghanaian soccer player).

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Arabic

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Indo-Aryan : gust of wind or a cool gentle breeze Arabic : charming companion or companion of God or friend

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Arabic

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The meaning of Samir is 'gust of wind' and the name is of Arabic origin. Samir also means 'a companion', a gentle breeze' and 'storyteller'. Other meanings include 'entertaining companion' and 'jovial'. Samir is a masculine name and is primarily given to baby boys. The name Samir is mostly used in Arabic-speaking countries. Samir ranks at 2,085th on the popularity charts in the United States. This name is commonly used in fiction. Samir Duran is the name of the fictional character in 'StarCraft' and Samir Amin is the name of a fictional character in 'Sims'. Famous people to share this name include Samir Hadji (Moroccan soccer player) and Samir Ziani (French boxer).

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Arabic

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According to its Arabic origin, the meaning of Saqib is 'sharp witted'. Saqib also means 'keen' and 'sublime'. Saqib is a masculine name and is typically a name given to baby boys. Saqib is most commonly used in Arabic-speaking countries. 

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Arabic

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A name of Arabic origin, the meaning of Sayyid is 'master', 'lord'. It is the term used for an Islamic chief or leader. Sayyid is primarily a name given to baby boys and is a popular choice in Arabic-speaking countries. It is can used as either a first name or a surname.

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