R-Ḥ-M (Arabic: ر ح م, Hebrew: רחם) is the triconsonantal root of many Arabic and Hebrew words, and many of those words are used as names. It indicates mercy and sympathy.
- raḥam (Arabic: رحم, rexem Hebrew: רחם): "womb".
- raḥ-m-mahh (Arabic: رحمة), raxamim Hebrew: רחמים): "caring; cares, mercy".
The Arabic stems 
- raḥima: "be mild, care, have mercy"
- raḥḥama: "care for, feel sympathy for"
- istirḥama: "beg for mercy"
The Hebrew stems 
- raxam: "care, be mild, have mercy, have tender affection, have compassion"
- raxum: "mildhearted, softhearted, compassionate"
- raxmani: "mild, meek, careful, merciful, compassionate"
- raxmi: "womb"
Names given to God 
Human given names 
- Abdur Rahman: "servant of al-Rahman"
- Raheem, Raheema, Rahema, Rahim, Rahima, Rahimah, Rakhim
- Rachman, Rahman, Rakhman
- Rachmanov, Rahmanov, Rakhmanov
- Rachamim, Rahamim