Qasim

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Qasim
Gender Male
Origin
Word/name Arabic
Meaning one who distributes
Other names
Alternative spelling

Qāsim: Qaasim, Casim, Cassim, Kacem, Kasem, Kassem, Kassim, Qasem, Kasim, Qassim, Ghasem

Qasīm: Kaseem, Kasseem, Qaseem, Kasim

Qasim is the transliteration of the male given name (Arabic: قاسم‎, Qāsim), pronounced with a long first syllable. The meaning is one who distributes. The first known bearer of the name was the son of the Islamic prophet, Muhammad.

There is an occasional variant spelling, (Arabic: قسیم‎, Qasīm), distinguished by a long second syllable. Both names can also be used as surnames.

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