Badr

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Badr (بدر) is Arabic for "full moon". It can mean:

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  • Badr al-Din, a compound form often used as a man's name
  • Badr al-Mu'tadidi (died 912), commander-in-chief of the Abbasid Caliphate under al-Mu'tadid
  • Badr al-Jamali (died 1094), general and de facto ruler of the Fatimid Caliphate
  • Badr Jafar, Emerati businessman
  • Badr El Kaddouri (born 1981), a Moroccan footballer
  • Badr Hari (born 1984), a Moroccan-Dutch kickboxer
  • Muhammad al-Badr (1926−1996), the last king of the Mutawakkilite Kingdom of Yemen
  • Badr bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud, a senior member of the Saudi royal family
  • Badroulbadour (more properly Badr ul-budūr), fairy tale character, the Princess Aladdin wants to marry. The final element of the name is the plural form of badr, the whole meaning "Full Moon of Full Moons".

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