Sabit

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Sabit is a Bosnian and Turkish male given name of Arabic origin, meaning "firmly in place”, “stable”, “unshakable” from Thabit (ثابت). Notable people with the name include:

  • Sabit Damulla Abdulbaki, Uyghur independence movement leader
  • Baptist Sabit Frances, South Sudanese politician
  • Sabit Hadžić (born 1957), former basketball player, competed for Yugoslavia in the Olympics
  • Sabit İnce (born 1954), Turkish poet and Islamist scholar
  • Sami Sabit Karaman (1877–1957), officer of the Ottoman Army and a general of the Turkish Army
  • Sabit Lulo (born 1883), Albanian politician, active in the Ottoman Empire and Albania
  • Sabit Mukanov (1900–1973) poet, social activist, academic, head of the Writers' Union of Kazakhstan
  • Sabit Noyan (1887–1967), officer of the Ottoman Army and the general of the Turkish Army
  • Sabit Orujov (1912–1981), Deputy Prime-minister of Azerbaijan SSR (1957–1959)
  • Sabit Osman Avcı (1921–2009), Turkish politician
  • Zaid Bin Sabit, one of the closest companions of Muhammad
  • Ferdi Sabit Soyer (born 1952), former Prime Minister of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus

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