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Arabic

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The meaning of Sabri is ‘patient’. It is a gender-neutral name that is of Arabic origin. It is also a short form of the name Sabrina which means ‘legendary princess’. There is a village in Iran by this name. A notable bearer of the name is Nazli Sabri, a former queen consort of Fuad I who was the former King and Sultan of Egypt.

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Arabic

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The name Saidi is of Arabic origins and it is traditionally used by parents who are looking for a gender-neutral name for their child. It is said to have been taken from the Arabic word meaning ‘auspicious’ or ‘fortunate’. According to these origins, the meaning of Saidi is interpreted to be ‘fortunate’ or ‘auspicious’. It is also said to have been taken from the Arabic name Said, according to which the meaning of Saidi is ‘happy’.

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Arabic

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The meaning of Seyah is 'place name' and is a gender-neutral name. Of Arabic origin, another meaning of this name is 'strength from God'. Seyah is a common choice of name in Arabic-speaking countries. 

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Arabic

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A name of Arabic origin, the meaning of Shahnaz is 'pride of the king'. Other meanings include 'bride', 'king's loved', 'favorite one' and 'rulers pride'. It is a gender-neutral name and is a popular choice in Arabic-speaking countries for both boys and girls.

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Arabic

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The name Shaya is of Arabic origin and is gender-neutral. The meaning of Shaya is 'follower' in Arabic. It also means 'gift of God', 'God is my salvation' and 'the Lord helps me'. According to its Hebrew origin, the name means 'God saves'. Another one of the names many meanings is 'worthy'.

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Arabic

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The meaning of Shia is 'praising the God' and the name is of Arabic origin. It also means 'God is salvation', 'followers' and 'sect'. The name is gender-neutral and can be given to either a girl or a boy. In Hebrew, Shia means 'gift of God'. It is a popular name in Arabic-speaking countries.

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