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Habibi or Habeebi may refer to:
- Habibi حبيبي (male) / Habibti حبيبتى (female), is an Arabic word used to describe someone the speaker likes or loves. It literally means my beloved, and is normally used between close friends of the same or opposite gender or between couples romantically involved. A close English counterpart is "my friend/bro/sis" when used between friends, or "my love/babe/baby" when used romantically. Typically used as a term of endearment.
- Habibi (novel), a 1997 young-adult novel by Palestinian-American author Naomi Shihab Nye
- Habibi (graphic novel), a 2011 graphic novel by Craig Thompson
- Habibi (band), an American band from Brooklyn, New York.
- "Habibi", a song by the band System 7 from their 1991 album System 7
- "Habibi", a Danish band located in Skjern. Members: Michael Hovaldt(lead singer), Martin Holm Hansen(guitar), Thomas Ulriksen(bass) and Lasse Lykke Nielsen(drums)
- "Habibi", a song by Orange Blossom from their 2004 album Everything Must Change
- "Habibi" a song by the artist Rola Saad
- "Habibi" a song by the Dutch rock band De Staat from the album Wait For Evolution
- "Habibi", a song by Maître Gims from his 2015 album Mon coeur avait raison
- "Habibi I Love You", a song by Ahmed Chawki featuring Pitbull produced by RedOne Released in September 2013
- "Habibi (I Need Your Love)", 2014 song by Shaggy/Mohombi/Faydee/Costi
- "Habibi (je t'aime)" a song by the group Milk & Honey
- "Habibi (Sawah)", by Alabina's lead singer Ishtar (a cover of "Sawah" by Abdel Halim Hafez)
- "Habibi Ya", a love song by the Egyptian pop singer Mohamed Fouad from his album Habibi Ya
- "Habibi Yah Habibi, a well-known Hebrew zemer of Asher Mizrahi
- "Habibi" new song from Azis
- "Habibi" a song by familiar serbian artists Stefan Djuric(Rasta)
- "Habibi" new song from Maître Gims
- Habib / Habeeb, male name
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