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Ghanima is an Arabic word ("الْغَنيمَة") meaning “spoils of war”
It can refer to:-
- Ghanima, items subject to the Islamic wealth tax Khums
- "ghanima", a word used in Frank Herbert's novel Dune to refer to an object taken as spoils, but now used for a different purpose.
- Ghanima Atreides, a character in Herbert's novel Children of Dune
- Yousef VII Ghanima, patriarch of the Chaldean Catholic Church from 1947-1958
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