In Islam, a khatib, khateeb or hatib (Arabic خطيب khaṭīb) is a person who delivers the sermon (khuṭbah) (literally "narration"), during the Friday prayer and Eid prayers. The khatib is usually the imam (prayer leader), but the two roles can be played by different people.
Khateeb is baby boy name mainly popular in Muslim religion and its main origin is Arabic. Khateeb name meanings is Orator, Preacher, title of someone who delivers speech.
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Khateeb is written in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla as خطیب, खतीब, خطيب, খতীব. Other similar sounding names can be Khaadhi, Khaaliq, Khaalish, Khaasyi, Khaatim, Khaazin, Khabbab, Khabeer, Khabiir, Khabir, Khadeer, Khadim, Khadin, Khafid, Khafiz, Khair, Khair al din, Khairaan, Khairat, Khairi.