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Iman, also spelled Imaan or Eman, may refer to:
- Iman (concept), Islamic term
- Chanel Iman (born 1990), American fashion model
- Iman (model) (born 1955), Somali supermodel
- Iman Ali (born 1980), Pakistan-based model-turned-actress
- Iman Crosson (born 1982), American actor, Obama impressionist, dancer, video producer, and Internet personality
- Iman Darweesh Al Hams (1991–2004), Palestinian schoolgirl killed in the Gaza Strip
- Iman Shumpert (born 1990), professional basketball player for the New York Knicks
- Iman Xin Chemjong (1904–1975), Limbu historian
- Imaan Hadchiti, Lebanese-Australian comedian and actor
- Princess Iman bint Al Abdullah (born 1996), Jordanian royal, daughter and second child of King Abdullah II and Queen Rania
- Princess Iman bint Al Hussein (born 1983), Jordanian royal, daughter of King Hussein and Queen Noor
- Princess Iman Pahlavi, Iranian royal, daughter of Crown Prince Reza Pahlavi and Yasmine Pahlavi
- Iman, Iran, a village in Kermanshah Province, Iran
- Bolshaya Ussurka River, formerly named Iman River, a tributary of the Ussuri River in Russia's Primorsky Krai
- Dalnerechensk, formerly named Iman, a city in Russia's Primorsky Krai
- Eman (town) (峨蔓镇), town in Danzhou, Hainan, China
- Iman, vessel of the Russian Black Sea Fleet, a tanker with the IMO ship identification number 6617427 and a deadweight tonnage of 4471 tonnes.
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