Bassem is a common Arabic name meaning "one who smiles". A more accurate spelling in English would be "Basem" as there is no stress (ar:شدة (لغة)) on the "s" syllable in the Arabic original. People with that name include: Bassem Amin (born 1988), Egyptian chess player.
Basem is baby boy name mainly popular in Muslim religion and its main origin is Arabic. Basem name meanings is Smiling. People search this name as Basemah. Basem is written in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla as بسم, बसें, بَاسِم,باسم, বাসেম. Other similar sounding names can be Basaam, Basair, Basam, Basan, Basar, Basaud, Baseem, Baseer, Baseerat, Baseet, Basel, Bashaar, Bashaarat, Bashar, Basheer, Bashir, Bashshar, Basil, Basim.
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Each letter meanings in Basem Name.
BBrilliance, your vivacity for life.
AActivities, for you have many.
SSpecial, you are, you know!
EEndear, all those you touch.
MMunificent, for you are extremely liberal in giving.
Popular personalities with Basem Name.
Basem Morsy is a soccer player for the Zamalek SC, Petrojet FC, El-Entag El-Harby SC, and Egypt national football team. Basem was born on January 1st, 1992 in Tanta.
Basem Ali is a soccer player for the Al Ahly SC, Asyut Petroleum, El Mokawloon SC, and Egypt national football team. Basem was born on October 27th, 1988 in Cairo. Basem is also known as Ali and Basem.
Basem Fat'hi is a soccer player for the Al-Shamal Sports Club, Al-Wehdat SC, Al-Watani, and Jordan national football team. Basem was born on August 1st, 1982 in Amman.
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Basem Abdel Aziz is a soccer player for the Misr El-Makasa SC. Basem was born on January 9th, 1992 in Egypt.
Basem Atallah is a soccer player for the Al-Ahli Saudi FC, Al-Ta'ee, and Al-Taawoun FC. Basem was born on July 11th, 1989 in Ha'il.
Ahmed Basem is an athlete for the Al-Yarmouk FC (Jordan).
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