Farjadफर्जद
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Farjad is a Muslim baby Boy name, it is an Persian originated name. Farjad name meaning is Excellent, Eminent In Learning and the lucky number associated with Farjad is 8. Find all the relevant details about the Farjad Meaning, Origin, Lucky Number and Religion from this page.

Farjad is baby boy name mainly popular in Muslim religion and its main origin is Arabic. Farjad name meanings is Excellent, Eminent In Learning.
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Farjad is written in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla as فرجاد, फर्जद, فرجد, ফারজাদ. Other similar sounding names can be Fara, Faraasat, Faraaz, Farafisa, Farag, Farah, Faraj, Faraqlit, Farasat, Faraz, Farbud, Fard, Fardeen, Fare, Fareed, Fareeq, Farees, Fareh, Fares.

Popular personalities with Farjad Name.

Farjad Nabi

Farjad Nabi is a film director, documentary film maker, documentary film, and film directoranddocumentary filmmaker. He has been prominent since 1995. Farjad was born in 1969 in Lahore.

Farid Farjad

Farid Farjad is a musician. His most notable accomplishments were from 1966 to present. Farid was born on January 1st, 1938.

Jalil Farjad

Jalil Farjad is a theatre, film actor, film, and theatreandfilmactor. Jalil was given the name Jalil Haj Aghaei in 1951 in Marand.

Write Farjad in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla
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Urdu: فرجاد
Hindi: फर्जद
Arabic: فرجد
Bangla: ফারজাদ

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