Hamza (name)

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Hamza
Siyer-i Nebi - Imam Ali und Hamza bei dem vorgezogenen Einzelkampf in Badr gegen die Götzendiener.jpg
Hamza ibn Abd al-Muttalib and Ali lead the Muslim armies during the Battle of Badr.
Pronunciation [ˈħæmzæ, ˈħamza, ˈħamze, ˈħɛmzæ, ˈʜæmzɐ, ˈʜɑmzɐ]
Gender Male
Origin
Language(s) Arabic

Hamza (also spelled as Hamzah; Arabic: حمزة‎, standardized transliteration is Ḥamzah) is a masculine given name in the Muslim world, derived from the Arabic word ḥamuza, meaning strong or steadfast. It was borne by one of the Islamic prophet, Muhammad's uncles, Hamza ibn Abd al-Muttalib, an early Islamic convert renowned for his strength and bravery in battle.

hamza sana==Given name==

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