Ahad

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Ahad is a Middle Eastern given forename primarily used by Muslims[1] (e.g. Ahad Hosseini) and Jews (e.g. Ahad Ha'am). It is also used as a family name (surname) (e.g. Oli Ahad).

In Arabic Ahad means "one", "unique" or "matchless" and is usually used by Muslims when referring to God [2] by prefixing Ahad with Al-, i.e. Al-Ahad.[3][4]

Prominent people with the Forename Ahad[edit]

Prominent people with the Surname Ahad[edit]

Religion[edit]

See also[edit]

  • Ahad, Boy's/Man's/Male Name[6][7]