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Forename احمد

In the world, احمد (احمد Yemen Egypt Iran Iraq Jordan, Ahmed Pakistan Bangladesh Egypt India Indonesia, Ahmad Pakistan Bangladesh Egypt India Indonesia) is an extremely common male given name. First name احمد is habitual to Yemen, where it is an extremely common male name, Jordan, and Egypt (explore name in all countries). Measured by an absolute frequency this name is the most popular in Egypt, Yemen, and Iran. Also, احمد is the last name as well as a forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name احمد

name Amadou, name Achmad, name Ахмат, name Амаду, name アハマド, name Αχμέτ, name アーマド, name Amadu, name Ahmod, name আহমেদ, name Akhmed, name Аҳмад, name Ahmat, name Ahmed, name Əhməd, name Achmed, name Αχμάντ, name Ahmet, name Ahmd, name أحمد, name Achmet, name Ахмед, name Ахмад, name アマドゥ, name أمادو, name Àhmad, name Ahmedus, name A., name Achmat, name احمد, name حمادو, name Ахмет, name アマド, name Abu, name Ahmad, name Ali, name Акмед, name אחמד
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احمد Egypt, Yemen, Jordan, Iraq, Iran
Ahmet, Ahmad, Ahmed Egypt, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Pakistan, India

First name احمد in the context

احمد is also a popular name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Ahmed , the fictional character from 2008 film 'Iron Man'; Ahmet Dagdelen , the fictional character from Lindenstraße; Ahmed Turt-el , the fictional Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles character, Michelangelo, the Sacred Turtle; Ahmet , the character from the novel Impure blood and Ahmed Nurudin , the fictional character from Death and the Dervish, and in many other works.

Notable namesakes

احمد كشك ممثل مصري (b. 1) link
picture of Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Kathīr al-Farghānī Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Kathīr al-Farghānī Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Kathīr al-Farghānī Persian astronomer, Abbasid Caliphate (b. 790) link
picture of Ahmad al-Wafi Ahmad al-Wafi Ahmad al-Wafi Ismaili imam, Syria (b. 795) link
Ahmad ibn Khidhrawayh Sufi (b. 762) link
Habash al-Hasib al-Marwazi Astronomer, Mathematician and geographer, Abbasid Caliphate (b. 766) link
Abu Shura'ah al-Qaysi Iraqi poet (b. 775) link
Àhmad ibn Abi-Duad Chief judge (b. 776) link
picture of Al-Nasa'i Al-Nasa'i Al-Nasa'i collector of hadith, Abbasid Caliphate (b. 829) link
Ahmad ibn Hanbal Scholar, theologian, Abbasid Caliphate (b. 780) link
Ahmed Al-Sabti He is one of asceticism and mysticism, and he was one of the sons of the Abbasid caliph Harun al-Rashid, Abbasid Caliphate (b. 785) link
picture of Al-Musta'in Al-Musta'in Al-Musta'in Abbasid Caliph, Iraq (b. 836) link
Ahmad ibn Ibrahim al-Duraqi (b. 784) link
Ahmad ibn Sahl Iranian aristocrat (b. 801) link
al-Yaʿqubi early Muslim scholar (b. 801) link
picture of Al-Mu'tadid Al-Mu'tadid Al-Mu'tadid Abbasid caliph, Iraq (b. 854) link
Ahmad ibn Chābit (b. 800) link
Ahmad ibn Kayghalagh Abbasid Caliphate (b. 801) link
Ahmad ibn Isa al-Shaybani (b. 801) link
Ahmad ibn Tughan al-Ujayfi Abbasid Caliphate (b. 801) link
Abu al-'Abbas Tha'lab Arab poet and grammarian (b. 815) link
Ibn Abi Tahir Tayfur Iranian linguist, Iran (b. 819) link
Ahmad ibn Isra'il al-Anbari Abbasid Vizier (b. 820) link
Al-Baladhuri arab historian, Abbasid Caliphate (b. 820) link
picture of Ibn al-Jazzar Ibn al-Jazzar Ibn al-Jazzar Physician of Ifriqiya, Ifriqiya (b. 878) link
Ahmad ibn Yusuf Arabic mathematician, Iraq (b. 835) link
Ahmad ibn Tulun Founder of the Tulunid dynasty that ruled Egypt and most of the Levant between 868 and 905 AD, Abbasid Caliphate (b. 835) link
Abū Yaʿlā al-Mawṣilī (b. 826) link
Ahmad ibn Ishaq al-Tanukhi Iraqi Islamic scholar and poet (b. 845) link
Abu Zayd al-Balkhi Persian polymath, Afghanistan (b. 850) link
Ahmad ibn Muzahim ibn Khaqan Military governor of Egypt, Abbasid Caliphate (b. 850) link
Ahmad ibn Muhammad al-Tahawi Islamic Scholar, Abbasid Caliphate (b. 853) link
picture of Ahmad ibn Muhammad Ahmad ibn Muhammad Ahmad ibn Muhammad Amir (b. 906) link
Àhmad ibn Muhàmmad ibn as-Sindí muhàddith (b. 859) link
Abu Bakr Ibn Mujāhid Eighth-century Quran reciter and scholar (b. 859) link
Ahmad ibn Ziyadat Allah ibn Qurhub (b. 850) link
picture of Al-Mutanabbi Al-Mutanabbi Al-Mutanabbi Iraqi poet from the Abbasid era (b. 920) link
Ahmad ibn Fadlan explorer, geographer and writer, Abbasid Caliphate (b. 879) link
Ahmad al-Muhajir Descendant of the Prophet Muḥammad, Abbasid Caliphate (b. 886) link
Ahmad ibn Muhammad al-Razi emirate of Córdoba (b. 887) link
picture of Al-Qadir Al-Qadir Al-Qadir Abbasid Caliph in Baghdad, Iraq (b. 947) link
Ahmad Maymandi Ghaznavid Vizier (b. 901) link
Al-Jaṣṣās Islamic Scholar, Abbasid Caliphate (b. 917) link
picture of Al-Maʿarri Al-Maʿarri Al-Maʿarri medieval Arab poet and thinker (b. 973) link
Ebn Meskavayh Persian philosopher and historian (b. 932) link
Ḥamd Ibn-Muḥammad Ḫaṭṭābīكزن كيلي Abbasid Caliphate (b. 931) link
picture of Al-Khatib al-Baghdadi Al-Khatib al-Baghdadi Al-Khatib al-Baghdadi muhaddith, historian and Hafiz (b. 1002) link
أحمد بن علي الباغائي (b. 956) link
Ahmad b. 'Ali al-Najashi Shitte Biographer and Traditionist, Abbasid Caliphate (b. 982) link
القدوري (b. 973) link
picture of Ahmad of Jam Ahmad of Jam Ahmad of Jam Khorasani sufi and Persian poet (b. 1048) link
Aḥmad Ibn-Fāris Iranian scientist, Abbasid Caliphate (b. 1000) link
Ahmad al-Muqtadir Son of the Hud Family, rulers of the Islamic taifa of Zaragoza, Al-Ándalus (b. 1050) link
picture of Ahmad Ghazali Ahmad Ghazali Ahmad Ghazali Iranian theologian and writer, Iran (b. 1100) link
Abu Shudja Abbasid Caliphate (b. 1042) link
picture of Khoja Akhmet Yassawi Khoja Akhmet Yassawi Khoja Akhmet Yassawi Sufi Poet, Kara-Khanid Khanate (b. 1103) link
picture of Ahmed ar-Rifa'i Ahmed ar-Rifa'i Ahmed ar-Rifa'i Founder of Rifa'i Sufi Order, Abbasid Caliphate (b. 1118) link
Al-Musta'li Fatimid caliph, Fatimid caliphate (b. 1076) link
Ibn al-Khazin al-Katib Iraqi poet, scribe and calligrapher (b. 1078) link
Al-Mustazhir Caliph in Baghdad and poet (b. 1078) link
picture of Sakhi Sarwar Saint Sakhi Sarwar Saint Sakhi Sarwar Saint (b. 1120) link
Ahmad ibn Ammar al-Husseini Iraqi poet (b. 1082) link
Abu Tahir Isfahani (b. 1085) link
Ahmad Ben Baso Spanish architect, España (b. 1101) link
Ahmad al-Buni Algerian mathematician, philosopher and Sufi (b. 1101) link
Al-Mutawakkil Ahmad bin Sulayman imam (b. 1106) link
picture of Al-Nasir Al-Nasir Al-Nasir Abbasid caliph, Iraq (b. 1158) link
picture of Ahmad al-Badawi Ahmad al-Badawi Ahmad al-Badawi Muslim founder of the Badawiyyah Sufi order, Mamluk Sultanate (b. 1199) link
Ahmad ibn Munim al-Abdari Arab mathematician (b. 1150) link
picture of Abu-l-Qasim Ahmad ibn al-Husayn ibn Qasi Abu-l-Qasim Ahmad ibn al-Husayn ibn Qasi Abu-l-Qasim Ahmad ibn al-Husayn ibn Qasi Al-Andalus writer (b. 1200) link
Ahmad al-Tifashi Algerian poet, Tunisia (b. 1184) link
Ahmad ibn Asfandyar al-Baghdadi Iraqi sufi and poet (b. 1191) link
Ibn Abi-Umara Caliph of Ifriqiya (b. 1200) link
Ahmad Fanakati Kublai Khan's finance minister, Mongol Empire (b. 1200) link
Ibn Abi Usaibia Arab physician and historian (b. 1203) link
Ibn al-Hallawi Iraqi poet (b. 1207) link
Ahmed Ben Ibraim Ben Abu Chaled (b. 1200) link
Ibn Khallikan Iraqi Islamic scholar and poet (b. 1211) link
picture of Ibn Taymiyyah Ibn Taymiyyah Ibn Taymiyyah Islamic scholar and theologian, who lived during the era of the first Mamluks, Mamluk Sultanate (b. 1263) link
Muhibb al-Din al-Ṭabari Meccan author (b. 1218) link
Al-Mahdi Ahmad bin al-Husayn Imam of the Zaidi state in Yemen (b. 1231) link
Ahmed Fakih (b. 1221) link
Ahmad al-Labli (b. 1226) link
picture of Ibn Qadi al-Jabal Ibn Qadi al-Jabal Ibn Qadi al-Jabal Syrian Hanbali faqih, judge and writer (b. 1294) link
Shehab Eddin Al-Azazi (b. 1235) link
Ibn al-Bannaʾ al-Marrakushi Moroccan mathematician and astronomer, Maroc (b. 1256) link
Ibn 'Ata Allah 3rd sheikh of the Shadhili Sufi (b. 1260) link
شهاب الدين بن جهبل عالم مسلم فقيه سني شافعي عاش خلال العصر المملوكي (b. 1271) link
Al-Nuwayri Historian, encyclopedist and calligrapher (b. 1279) link
Al-Mustansir II of Cairo Abbasid caliph (b. 1300) link
Ahmad ibn Muhammad Fayyumi (b. 1291) link
Chihab al-Umari Arab historian from the 14th century (b. 1301) link
Ahmad Nakhchivani (b. 1300) link
picture of Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani Egyptian scholar (b. 1372) link
picture of Sidi Ben Arous Sidi Ben Arous Sidi Ben Arous Muslim saint in Tunisia, Tunisia (b. 1376) link
Bahaʾ al-Din al-Subki (b. 1319) link
أحمد اليغموري أمير مملوكي (b. 1340) link
Sultan Ahmad of Brunei Sultan of Brunei, Brunei (b. 1350) link
Ahmad al-Qalqashandi writer, mathematician (b. 1355) link
Ahmad Ibn-Muhammad Ibn-al-Haʾim (b. 1352) link
Al-Mahdi Ahmad bin Yahya Imam of the Zaidi state in Yemen (b. 1363) link