Haydar

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Haydar
PronunciationArabic: [ˈħajˌdar, ħeː-]
GenderMale
Origin
Word/nameArabic
Meaningbrave, lion

Haydar (Arabic: حيدر‎; also spelled Heidar, Haider, Haidar, Hyder, Hayder, Hajdar, Hidar, Hauldar, Haidhar, Heydar or Jaider) is an Arabic male given name, one of many names for "lion", each denoting some aspect of the animal, with "haydar" meaning "brave";[1] see Lions in Islam. In Islamic tradition, the name is primarily associated with the cousin of Muhammad, Ali, nicknamed "Haydar". It may also be used as a surname.

Place name[edit]

  • Haidar, a village in Casimcea Commune, Tulcea County, Romania
  • Haidar Usmonov, town and jamoat in north-west Tajikistan
  • Haydar, Akyurt, village in the District of Akyurt, Ankara Province, Turkey
  • Haydarpaşa, neighborhood within the Kadıköy district on the Asian part of Istanbul, Turkey
  • Hyderabad, India
  • Hyderabad, Pakistan
  • Babaheydar (also Romanized Bābā Ḩeydar or Bāba Haīdar), city in the Central District of Farsan County, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province, Iran
  • Chaidari, a suburb of Athens, Greece

Haidar / Haïdar[edit]

Given name
Middle name
Surname

Hajdar[edit]

Haydar[edit]

Given name
Middle name
Surname

Haider[edit]

Given name
Middle name
Surname

Hayder[edit]

Heydar[edit]

Hyder[edit]

Given name
  • Hyder Ali (1721–1782), sultan and de facto ruler of the Kingdom of Mysore in southern India
Surname

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "haydar" in Turkish dictionary