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Halima Meaning - Origin and definition

Halima Meaning - Origin and definition


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Origin of first name:

Arabs

Meaning of the name:

From the Arabic adjective halima, which means "indulgent, lenient".
The nurse of the Prophet Muhammad was named Halima, which explains the progression of this beautiful Arab name since the seventh century among Muslims. If he has no feast, nothing prevents you from celebrating your little Halima, the day of St. Clemency (March 21) which carries the same meaning.

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