Nariman (also spelled Narriman, Narimane, Nareeman, or Neriman) is a unisex name of Persian origin (Persian: نریمان Narīmān). It may be derived from the Persian words "noor" and "iman" which mean "light" and "faith", respectively; it may also mean "brave, hero" with roots in the Avestan word naire-manå ("brave, manly"). In other countries, it has perceived the meaning of "the one of beautiful physique".
It may refer to:
- Nariman Behravesh (born 1948), American economist
- Nariman Farvardin (born 1956), American engineer
- Nariman Narimanov (1870–1925), Azerbaijani statesman, revolutionary, and writer
- Neriman Özsoy (born 1988), Turkish volleyball player
- Narriman Sadek (1933–2005), the last Queen of Egypt
- Khurshed Nariman, Indian politician
- Mansour Nariman (born 1935), Iranian musician
- Fali Nariman (born 1929), Indian jurist
- Nariman, Ardabil, Iran
- Nariman, Lorestan, Iran
- Nariman, Zanjan, Iran
- Nariman, Kyrgyzstan
- Nariman Point, Mumbai, India
- Narimanovo Airport, Astrakhan, Russia
- Nərimanov raion, Baku, Azerbaijan
- Nərimanov, Azerbaijan
- Nariman (film), a 2001 Indian Malayalam action/investigative thriller
- Nərimanabad (disambiguation), various places in Azerbaijan
- Nərimanlı (disambiguation), various places in Azerbaijan
- Nərimankənd (disambiguation), various places in Azerbaijan
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