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Farghānī (Persian: فرغانی, meaning from Farghāna), or Al-Farghani is a common surname in Central and Western Asia and was a common nisbat in the medieval Islamic world. It may refer to the following:
- Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Kathīr al-Farghānī, also known as Alfraganus, a 9th-century astronomer
- Rustum ibn Bardu al-Farghani, 10th-century Abbasid commander and governor of Tarsus
- Sayf-i Farghānī, a 13th-century Persian poet
- Saʿīd-al-dīn Moḥammad Farghānī, a 13th-century Sufi author
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