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What does Aleema mean, details, origin, short & easy attributes?

Write Aleema in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla
(Aleema pronunciation in different languages)

Urdu: علیما
Hindi: अलीमा
Arabic: أليمة
Bangla: আলীম
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Muslim Meaning: The name Aleema is a Muslim baby name. In Muslim the meaning of the name Aleema is: Learned. Wise.

Aleema is baby boy name mainly popular in Muslim religion and its main origin is Arabic. Aleema name meanings is Exalted, highest social standing, Knowledgeable, High, lofty, sublime, eminent, excellence, noble, honourable.
People search this name as Aleema, Aleemah, Aleema urdu.
Aleema is written in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla as علیما, अलीमा, أليمة, আলীম. Other similar sounding names can be Alee, Aleef, Aleem, Aleem ul huda, Aleemuddin, Aleemah, Aleena, Aleesa, Aleeza, Aleha, Alesha, Aleya, Aleyah.

Each letter meanings in Aleema Name.

  • A Adorable, how precious
  • L Little, the little things you do.
  • E Encouraging, thanks for the motivation!
  • E Early, promptness is a virtue
  • M Mighty, your inner strength.
  • A Angelic, a truly pure heart

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