Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Language Notes' started by Wadood, May 2, 2007.
ibn arabi is blind Sidi Aqdas
posted by Aqdas on 20th April
posted by ibn Arabi on 1st May
reason why i have highlighted this is because it seems you do not read previous posts of a thread.
Sami (سامي) as in "Sami Yusuf" means sublime and is a common name.
if you really want to change the name, then samir is a common arabic name. it means companion. and it is also closer to shamir.
People have also told my sister that you can't put Muhammed infront of Sami as it is Allah (swt) name, i just wanted to know is this correct?
i think there is abdu's sami' which means servant of the all hearing [Allah]
and there's sami which means elevated, sublime, supreme according to a few websites
I need help because recently my sister, realised her son's names meant something in hebrew which is jewish, i got this from searching his name online;
Shamir is a legendary material that can cut stone ... Israeli statesman Yitzhak Shamir
and his name is Shamir, and she would like to change it to Sami but i don't know the meaning could someone please help me.