- List of Arabic theophoric names
This is a list of
Arabic theophoric names.
The following names are derived from the word "Abd" (= "
slave" or " servant") added to a name of Allah or one of His Glorious attributes. In Classical Arabic, any of these names can be pronounced as "Abdul-" or "Abdal-" or "Abdil-", according to grammatical position in the speech. The most common are the first two:
Other Islamic names
Saif-u-Allah (name), nickname for Khalid ibn al-Walid
Abd Manaf (name)
Wahabullat (name); lat. Vaballathus. The Name of the Son of Zenobia, the Queen of Palmyra Egyptian Christiannames
‘Abdal Masieh, "slave of the Messiah"
‘Abdal Salieb, "slave of the Cross"
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