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Rabia is the transliteration to mainly two different Arabic words written differently in Arabic text and properly transliterated differently:
- An Arabic female name (Rabīʿah ربيعة) meaning "Companion in life" or "Springtime"
- An Arabic female name (Rābiʿah رابعة) meaning "Fourth Female".
- Cheikha Rabia (born 1944), Algerian singer
- Emetullah Rabia Gülnûş Sultan (1642-1715), wife of Ottoman Sultan Mehmed IV
- Rabia Ashiq (born 1992), Pakistani athlete.
- Rabia Balkhi, semi-legendary figure of Persian literature
- Rabia Basri, 8th-century Muslim Sufi saint
- Rabia Belhaj Ahmed (born 1982), Paralympian athlete from Tunisia
- Rabia Butt, Pakistani supermodel and actress
- Rabia Kazan (born 1976), Turkish journalist
- Rabia Makhloufi (born 1986), Algerian steeplechase runner
- Rabia Qari, barrister of the South Asia and Pakistan
- Rabia Sultan (ca. 1698 – 1732), wife of Ottoman Sultan Ahmed III
- Abu Hamza Rabia (c. 1960–2005), Egyptian member of al-Qaeda
- Hamad Abu Rabia (1929-1981), Bedouin Israeli politician and a member of the Knesset
- Hassan Rabia (born 1984), Omani footballer
- Mohammed Rabia Al-Noobi (born 1981), Omani footballer
- Ramy Rabia (born 1993), Egyptian footballer
- Diyar Rabi'a, medieval Arabic name of the easternmost and largest of the three provinces of the Jazira (Upper Mesopotamia)
- Rabia City, a neighbourhood of Shah Faisal Town in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
- Rabia (Iraq), a small border crossing town between Iraq and Syria on the road to Mosul
- Rabia, Syria, a town in the Latakia Governorate, northwestern Syria
- The Rabi`ah, an Arab tribe
- Rabia Square in Cairo, Egypt - named after al-Adawiyya.
- Rabia School, an independent faith school in Luton, England
- Rabia Sorda, Mexican electronic music
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