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Arabic Meaning: The name Farag is an Arabic baby name. In Arabic the meaning of the name Farag is: Cure.
Farag is baby boy name mainly popular in Muslim religion and its main origin is Arabic. Farag name meanings is Remedy. Farag is written in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla as فراگ, फरग, فرج, ফরাগ. Other similar sounding names can be Fara, Faraasat, Faraaz, Farafisa, Farah, Faraj, Faraqlit, Farasat, Faraz, Farbud, Fard, Fardeen, Fare, Fareed, Fareeq, Farees, Fareh, Fares, Farhad.
Farag Ethnicity Distribution.
Asian, Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander
American Indian and Alaska Native
Two or More Ethnicities
Hispanic or Latino
Popular personalities with Farag Name.
Farag Mbarak is a sports team member for the Al-Ahly SC (Benghazi).
Farag Mabrook is an athlete for the Al-Tilal SC.
Ali was born on April 22nd, 1992 in Cairo, Egypt.
Andy Farag is a progressive rock and jam band musician and songwriter. He plays Percussion instrument, Drum kit, and Keyboard instrument. His ongoing career started in 1999. Andy was born on September 18th, 1978.
Ahmed Samir Farag
Ahmed Samir Farag is a soccer player for the Ismaily SC, Al Ahly SC, FC Sochaux-Montbeliard, Lierse S.K., Zamalek SC, and Egypt national football team. Ahmed was born on May 20th, 1986 in Cairo.
Mohamed Hassan is an arabic pop music, soul music, and house music singing and lawyer. He plays Human voice and Piano. His ongoing career started in 2009. Mohamed was given the name Mohamed Hassan Saad-Allah Ali Farag on December 3rd, 1983 in Giza. Mohamed is also known as Khalefet El-Andaleeb, Khalefet El-Andaleeb (The Nightingale Successor), and YYYY YYY.
Alfred Morcos Farag
Alfred was born on June 14th, 1929 in Zagazig. He passed away on December 4th, 2005.
Yasser Ibrahim Farag
Yasser was born on May 2nd, 1984.
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