Haddad or Hadad (Aramaic: ÜšÜ•Ü•, Hebrew: ×—×“×“â€Ž) is an ancient Middle Eastern family name. Hadad was also a Semitic storm-god. The original Haddad (Aramaic: ÜšÜ•Ü• or ÜšÜ•ÜÜ•) name means blacksmith or storm-god in ancient Semitic languages.
Hadad is baby boy name mainly popular in Muslim religion and its main origin is Arabic. Hadad name meanings is Syrian god of fertility, Joy, Noise. Hadad is written in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla as حداد, हदद, حداد, হাদাদ. Other similar sounding names can be Hada, Hadaf, Hadaya, Hadbar, Haddad, Haddaq, Hadee, Hadi, Hadid, Hadir, Hadis, Hadrami, Hadara, Hadarah, Hadaya, Hadbaa, Hadeel, Hadeeqa, Hadeeqah, Hadhiqah.
Each letter meanings in Hadad Name.
HHandy, the helpful you.
AAffectionate, to those that matter most to you
DDandy, a description of you!
AActivities, for you have many.
DDashing, the romantic you!
Hadad Name Combinations.
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Hadad as First Name
Hadad Ethnicity Distribution.
Asian, Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander
American Indian and Alaska Native
Two or More Ethnicities
Hispanic or Latino
Popular personalities with Hadad Name.
Sarit Hadad is a mizrahi music, pop music, and dance music musician. She has had major accomplishments since 1994. Sarit was born on September 20th, 1978 in Afula.
Amir Hadad is a tennis player. Amir was born on February 17th, 1978 in Lod, Israel.
Daniel Hadad is a journalist. Daniel was given the name Buenos Aires on November 28th, 1961 in Buenos Aires.
Mauricio was born on December 7th, 1971 in Cali.
Aviv Hadad is a soccer player for the Bnei Yehuda Tel Aviv F.C., Maccabi Tel Aviv F.C., Maccabi Kiryat Gat F.C., Hapoel Nir Ramat HaSharon F.C., Hapoel Ashkelon F.C., and Hakoah Amidar Ramat Gan F.C. Aviv was born on February 4th, 1984 in Beit Aryeh-Ofarim.
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