Haamidहामिद
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What does Haamid mean?

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The meaning of the name “Haamid” is: “One who offers approval”. Categories: Arabic Names, Muslim Names. Used in: Arabic speaking countries.

Haamid is baby boy name mainly popular in Muslim religion and its main origin is Arabic. Haamid name meanings is Lovinggod, Praiser of Allah.
People search this name as Haamidah.
Haamid is written in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla as حامد, हामिद, حامد, হামিদ. Other similar sounding names can be Haabeel, Haadee, Haadi, Haadii, Haady, Haafiz, Haail, Haaji, Haajib, Haajid, Haalim, Haami, Haani, Haanii, Haaris, Haarisah, Haarith, Haaroon, Haarun, Haashim.

Each letter meanings in Haamid Name.

  • H Honor, your most valuable possession.
  • A Aptitudes, your special capabilities shine
  • A Adaptable, whenever things change
  • M Musical, your hidden talent!
  • I Ignite, the fire in you!
  • D Desire, your thoughts do aspire.

Haamid Ethnicity Distribution.

  • Ethnicity
    Haamid
    U.S
  • White
    0.00%
    64.26%
  • African American
    95.15%
    11.96%
  • Asian, Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander
    0.00%
    4.85%
  • American Indian and Alaska Native
    0.00%
    0.69%
  • Two or More Ethnicities
    0.00%
    1.76%
  • Hispanic or Latino
    0.00%
    16.26%

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

Urdu: حامد
Hindi: हामिद
Arabic: حامد
Bangla: হামিদ

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