Asad

Asad (আসাদ, أسد),‏ sometimes written as Assad, is one of many Arabic male given names meaning `lion`, each denoting some aspect of the animal. It is used in nicknames such as Asad Allāh one of the nicknames for Ali ibn Abi Talib. (`Assad` is the standard spelling in English, to keep the hissing `s` sound; `Asad` is the more a...
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Asad

(from the article `Islamic arts`) Other epic poems, on a variety of subjects, were composed during the 11th century. The first example is Asad`s (died c. 1072) didactic Garshsb-nmeh ...
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Asad

(from the article `Kindah`) After al-rith`s death the kingdom split up into four tribes—Asad, Taghlib, Qays, and Kinnah—each led by a Kindah prince. The tribes feuded ...
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Asad

Asad is an Arabic name for boys. The meaning is `like a lion` The name Asad is most commonly given to English and Welsh boys. (4 times more often than to American boys.) The name sounds like: Justo, Juste, Just, West, Yazid
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