Jadजड़
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What does Jad mean?

Jad name religion, origin and Jad name pronunciation:

Jad is baby boy name mainly popular in Muslim religion and its main origin is Arabic. Jad name meanings is Curly, Frizzled, ibn Dirhim had this name, he ws the tutor of Marwan.
People search this name as Jadida, Jade, Jadhav, Jadwa, Jadab, Jaden, Jadavi, Jadwal, Jadran, Jadon, Jadallah, Jadaun, Jadrien, Jadyn, Jadran name means in urdu, Jadran means, Jadala, Jadzia.
Jad is written in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla as جد, जड़, جد, যাদ. Other similar sounding names can be Jad allah, Jadiid, Jadiir, Jadwal, Jada, Jadida, Jadwa.

Each letter meanings in Jad Name.

  • J Joyful, the spirit you spread.
  • A Affectionate, to those that matter most to you
  • D Decisive, especially when it counts

Popular personalities with Jad Name.

Jad Abumrad

Jad Abumrad is a public radio host and producer. Jad was born on April 18th, 1973.

Jad Fair

Jad Fair is an indie rock and alternative rock musician. He plays Guitar, Drum kit, and Vocals. He was most prominent from 1977 to present. Jad was born on June 9th, 1954 in Coldwater, Michigan, United States.

Jad Saxton

Jad Saxton is a voice actress. She was most active from 2007 to present. Jad was given the name JYd Brennon Saxton .

Jad Shwery

Jad Shwery is a pop music singing, music video director, and songwriter. Jad was born on March 13th, 1983.

Jad Adams

Jad Adams is an author and television producer. Jad was born Jad Adams on November 27th, 1954 in London, England.

Islah Jad

Islah was born in 1951.

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

Urdu: جد
Hindi: जड़
Arabic: جد
Bangla: যাদ

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