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Arabic Meaning: The name Fakhr is an Arabic baby name. In Arabic the meaning of the name Fakhr is: Glory.

Fakhr is baby boy name mainly popular in Muslim religion and its main origin is Arabic. Fakhr name meanings is Glory, pride, honour.
People search this name as Fakhra, Fakhrunnisa, Fakhr un nisa, Fakhrul nisa, Fakhru, Fakhrun meaning in hindi, Fakhr ud dawlah, Fakhr, Fakhri, Fakhriya, Fakhrul islam.
Fakhr is written in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla as فخر, फख्र, فاخر, ফখর. Other similar sounding names can be Fakeeh, Fakhar, Fakhar ud dawlah, Fakhar uddin, Fakharul islam, Fakhir, Fakhiri, Fakhr al din, Fakhr ud dawlah, Fakhr ud din, Fakhri, Fakhruddin, Fakhrul, Fakhry, Fakih, Fakeeaha, Fakeehah, Fakhar, Fakhira.

Each letter meanings in Fakhr Name.

  • F Festive, the youth of your spirit.
  • A Admirable, you certainly are!
  • K Keen, your sense of honesty.
  • H Honest, something you hold dear.
  • R Romantic, hopelessly so

Popular personalities with Fakhr Name.

Fakhr Al-Dawla

Fakhr al-Dawla is royalty. His career lasted from 984 to 997.

Fakhr Al-Din Masud

He holds the title Malik of Bamiyan and MalikofBamiyan. His most notable accomplishments were from 1152 to 1163.

Fakhr Ol Dowleh

Fakhr was born in 1883. She died in 1955.

Saqr Abu Fakhr

Saqr was born in 1953.

Darvish Fakhr

Darvish was born in 1969.

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

Urdu: فخر
Hindi: फख्र
Arabic: فاخر
Bangla: ফখর

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