Abed meaning and origin
Used especially in Kannada, Arabic and Sindhi atypical, Abed aimed at both sexes is originated from Arabic and Quran, Abed means "Worshipper, Adorer, Worshiper or Votive". Abed is a version of divine and famous Abid. Rare Quran Abid is predominantly used in Arabic and Sindhi, meaning of Abid is "Worshipper of Allah and Who Adores God".
Variants of AbedNames that rhyme with Abed
Popularity of Abed
Abed is an uncommon baby name in United States, even after 25 years of presence it could not make beyond the top 5000. There are over 193 babies that have been given the name Abed in United States. In England and Wales, it is relatively new, first appeared in 1998. During its 53 years of usage in France, it had made up to just the top 600 boy names. Over 490 babies in France have been named Abed.
But Abed is a popular baby name in Algeria where every 1 in 2000 have the name as well as in, Israel, India, Iran, Yemen, Bangladesh and Saudi Arabia. At least, 120000 people globally have carried Abed as their given name according to our estimate.
Abed in Nordic countries
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What numbers say about Abed?
You are truthful and prefer the cold truth over warm lies. Your attitude is expressive and energetic. Your friends have a hard time decoding your mood. You always act like everything's just great. What fulfills your soul is your professional success. You believe life's to have fun. You don't brag with your success and tend to keep a low profile. You need to open up and allow your closest ones to enter your real world.
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- Din means Law, Belief or Religion is of Sanskrit, Vietnamese and Hebrew origin and a boy name is majorly used in Arabic and Hindi
- Naisha - Used chiefly in Kannada and Tamil unexpected, Naisha means "Lovely Flower or Special" is used customarily as a girl name
- Taraneh - Odd girl name Taraneh is especially used in Iranian and Arabic that of Old Persian origin, meaning of Taraneh is "Song"
- Hashim - Originated from Arabic, Unwonted Hashim means "Destroys Evil, Generous or Great Grandfather of the Prophet" and is used chiefly in Gujarati, Sindhi and Arabic is used for boys
- Shamna - Mainly used in Arabic and Tamil, Shamna means "Shining Angel or Ghee" is a girl name
Namesakes of Abed
- Abed Hamed Mowhoush, air vice-marshal believed to be
- Abed Bwanika, Ugandan veterinarian, politician, and pastor
- Abed Chaudhury, Bangladeshi geneticist and science writer living
- Abed Abdi, Arab Palestinian painter, graphic designer
- Abed Elrahim Abu Zakrra, Sudanese writer, poet, and translator
- Abed Gheith in Episode #1.4 as Actor
- Abed Azrie composed the music of video Lifting the Fog: Intrigue in the Middle East