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PronunciationArabic: [ʕaːbɪd]
Meaningone who worships

Abid (Arabic: عابد‘Ābid), also Abed, literally meaning worshipper, adorer, devout[1][2] may be either a surname or given name.

In the Russian language, "Аби́д" (Abid), or its form "Ави́д" (Avid), is an old and uncommon[3] male given name.[4] Included into various, often handwritten, church calendars throughout the 17th–19th centuries, it was omitted from the official Synodal Menologium at the end of the 19th century.[5] Its origins are either Arabic (where it means desired) or Aramaic (where it means work, labor).[6] The diminutive of "Avid" is Avidka (Ави́дка).[3] The patronymics derived from "Avid" are "Ави́дович" (Avidovich; masculine) and "Ави́довна" (Avidovna; feminine).[3]

As a surname, in the form

    • Md Abid Hasan Durjay ** (birth-1998) Is an computer science engineer.From a great family(Jomidar) from tangail . He is a youth icon. The founder of Three (03) Companies named @ProGadgest #Localboyz #Medcine Bazar Bd. And the hounrable president of mirpur sixers Cricket club.He was worked in Jhonson and jhonson medical Pvt LTD as a HR Admin in Bd. And the head of the Admin of Reliance Solutions LTD. Also Known a good Cricket plyer in local area.

Al-Abid (Arabic: العابد‎) and its variants, it is shared by the following people:

As a surname:

As a given name or colloquial name, it is shared by the following people:

See also[edit]



  1. ^ Salahuddin Ahmed (1999). A Dictionary of Muslim Names. London: Hurst & Company.
  2. ^ S. A. Rahman (2001). A Dictionary of Muslim Names. New Delhi: Goodword Books.
  3. ^ a b c Petrovsky, p. 34
  4. ^ Superanskaya, p. 29
  5. ^ Superanskaya, pp. 23 and 29
  6. ^ Superanskaya, pp. 29 and 32


  • Н. А. Петровский (N. A. Petrovsky). "Словарь русских личных имён" (Dictionary of Russian First Names). ООО Издательство "АСТ". Москва, 2005. ISBN 5-17-002940-3
  • А. В. Суперанская (A. V. Superanskaya). "Словарь русских имён" (Dictionary of Russian Names). Издательство Эксмо. Москва, 2005. ISBN 5-699-14090-5