What is a Rabiah?

What is a Rabiah?

(rəˈbɪə) n. (Islam) either the third or the fourth month of the Muslim year, known as Rabia I and Rabia II respectively; the Muslim spring.

What is the meaning of Rabiah in Urdu?

Rabiah is baby boy name mainly popular in Muslim religion and its main origin is Arabic. Rabiah name meanings is Greenery, Garden, Springtime. Rabiah is written in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla as ربيه, रबिआह, ربيه, রাবিয়াহ.

What is the Arabic meaning of rabeya?

Rabeya is Arabic/Muslim Girl name and meaning of this name is “Queen; Princess”.

What does Rabih mean?

Rabih (Arabic: ربيع), also spelled Rabee, Rabea, Rabeeh, Rabi, or Rabie, is an Arabic masculine given name meaning “spring”. It is common in the Arab world and has no religious significance.

What’s the meaning of the name Fatima?

one who is beautiful like the stars
Arabic. Meaning. one who is beautiful like the stars. Other names.

Where is Rabia?

Rabia (Arabic: ربيعة) is a town in the north-west of Iraq, near the border crossing to the town of Al-Yarubiyah in Syria. Both towns are inhabited by the Shammar Arab tribe. Rabia is located on the road between Al-Shaddadah in Syria and Mosul in Iraq.

What does the name Rakiya mean?

Rakia is Arabic/Muslim Girl name and meaning of this name is “One who Prostrates ( Makes Ruku)”.

What is the meaning of Ranya?

Gender: Female. Origin: Arabic. Meaning: To Gaze, Look At.

What kind of name is Rabee?

Meaning of Rabee: Name Rabee in the Arabic origin, means Spring. Name Rabee is of Arabic origin and is a Boy name. People with name Rabee are usually Muslim, Islam by religion.

Who is Rabih in Islam?

The meaning of Rabih is ‘Earner, Acquirer, Winner, One who makes a profit. ‘ Its Pronunciation is RAndom + BIt + Hot. The meaning of Rabih in Urdu Language and written like ‘ ربہ’. Rabih meaning in Islam.

What does Fatima mean in Christianity?

Our Lady of Fátima (Portuguese: Nossa Senhora de Fátima, formally known as Our Lady of the Holy Rosary of Fátima, (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈnɔsɐ sɨˈɲɔɾɐ dɨ ˈfatimɐ]), is a Catholic title of Mary, mother of God based on the Marian apparitions reported in 1917 by three shepherd children at the Cova da Iria in Fátima.