Haddadहद्दाद
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Urdu: حداد
Hindi: हद्दाद
Arabic: حداد
Bangla: হাদ্দাদ
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Haddad name brief:

Haddad or Hadad (Aramaic: ܚܕܕ, Hebrew: חדד‎) is an ancient Middle Eastern family name. Hadad was also a Semitic storm-god. The original Haddad (Aramaic: ܚܕܕ or ܚܕܐܕ) name means blacksmith or storm-god in ancient Semitic languages. ... Haddad is the most commonly used surname in the Canaan region of the Middle East.

Haddad is baby boy name mainly popular in Muslim religion and its main origin is Arabic. Haddad name meanings is Blacksmith, Iron Smith,.
People search this name as Haddad bin yasir, Haddad.
Haddad is written in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla as حداد, हद्दाद, حداد, হাদ্দাদ. Other similar sounding names can be Hada, Hadad, Hadaf, Hadaya, Hadbar, Haddaq, Hadee, Hadi, Hadid, Hadir, Hadis, Hadrami, Hadara, Hadarah, Hadaya, Hadbaa, Hadeel, Hadeeqa, Hadeeqah, Hadhiqah.

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Haddad as First Name
  • Name
    Popularity %
  • Haddad George
  • Haddad Mary
  • Haddad Joseph
  • Haddad Edward
  • Haddad John
  • Haddad Abraham
  • Haddad Rose
  • Haddad Fred
  • Haddad Charles
  • Haddad Elias
  • Haddad Louis
  • Haddad Helen
  • Haddad Sam
  • Haddad David
  • Haddad Philip

Haddad Ethnicity Distribution.

  • Ethnicity
    Haddad
    U.S
  • White
    90.25%
    64.26%
  • African American
    1.02%
    11.96%
  • Asian, Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander
    0.85%
    4.85%
  • American Indian and Alaska Native
    0.11%
    0.69%
  • Two or More Ethnicities
    4.04%
    1.76%
  • Hispanic or Latino
    3.73%
    16.26%

Popular personalities with Haddad Name.

Haddad Alwi

Haddad Alwi is a nasheed musician. Haddad was given the name Haddad Alwi Assegaff on March 13th, 1966 in Jakarta.

G. E. Smith

G. E. Smith is a rock, pop rock, soul, and soul music musician. He plays Guitar, lap steel guitar, bass, and Fender Telecaster. He has been prominent since 1977. G. was given the name George Edward Haddad on January 27th, 1952.

Fairuz

Fairuz is a music of lebanon and arabic music musician. She plays Vocals. She was most active from 1950 to present. Fairuz was given the name Nouhad Haddad on November 20th, 1934 in Zuqaq al-Blat.

Amir Haddad

Amir Haddad is a pop music musician. His ongoing career started in 2006. Amir was given the name Laurent Amir Khlifa Khedider Haddad in Sarcelles.

Wadie Haddad

Wadie was born in 1927 in Safed, Mandatory Palestine.

Diana Haddad

Diana Haddad is a pop folk, emirati, lebanese, khaleeji, emiratis, and khaliji (music) musician. She has had major accomplishments since 1992. Diana was given the name Diana Joseph Fouad Haddad on October 1st, 1976 in Bsalim. Diana is also known as Diana Haddad.

Saad Haddad

Saad Haddad was a military officer. He was most prominent from 1960 to 1980. Saad was born in 1936. He left this life in 1984.

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