Meaning : Dream; vision of perfection,
Origin : Arabic,
Pronunciation : AH lam,
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Numerology information Ahlam:
Name Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma
Additional information Ahlam:
Muslim Meaning: The name Ahlam is a Muslim baby name. In Muslim the meaning of the name Ahlam is: Dreams. Utopia.
Definition funny of Ahlam:
A dreamer, a person who is chill and relaxed most of the time.
I had an ahlam when I was sleeping.
A really amazing girl. She is intelligent, sincere, talented, outgoing and charismatic. A really lucky person. She is a crazy flirt who can't help herself. But she is unique. She is beautiful, from inside and from outside. She loves her friends. She's independent, but yet she depends on her family a lot. She always lives in the moment, that's why everyone wants to be around her. She can make the most boring situation into one of the best, happiest moments of your life, filled with inside jokes and hyperness. She is sophisticated, a bit serious and chill sometimes. She's definately someone you would all want to get with or get to know. Very picky but when she finds something she wants, she is persistent. She is one of the mosts perfect women you'll ever meet. A very good example would be the Emirati singer Ahlam Al Shamsi, who is often associated with the terms "beauty", "intelligence" and "talent". Her name means "dream" in arabic. That's why she's like a dream come true.
Guy 1: Look that stunning girl over there! Guy 2: Who? Ahlam? What about her? Guy 1: OMG! Her name is Ahlam? Guy 2: Yeah, like the famous singer Ahlam Al Shamsi! Guy 1: She's even prettier than the singer...
Expression information Ahlam:
People with this name are competent, practical, and often obtain great power and wealth. They tend to be successful in business and commercial affairs, and are able to achieve great material dreams. Because they often focus so strongly on business and achievement, they may neglect their private lives and relationships.
Soul information Ahlam:
People with this name have a deep inner desire for love and companionship, and want to work with others to achieve peace and harmony.
Songs about Ahlam:
Ahlam ( Dreams) by Dr Samy Farag from the Album Cairo Nights, Vol. 2
Ahlam Beek by Fahtiem from the Album Ya Salam: Music for Belly Dancing
Ahlam Ghernatah (Memories of old Granada) by Rafa El Tachuela from the Album Flamenco Arabe
Azaz Kaboria Ahlam (feat. Oka & Khaled Bombino) by Ortega from the Album New Age of Egyption Songs & Belly Dance [Explicit]
Hafdal Ahlam by Nicole Saba from the Album Hafdal Ahlam
Ahlam Atrash by Ferqat Al Tooras Orchestra from the Album Golden Era of Bellydance Vol. 1: Tahiyya Karioka
Ahlam Tisabig Ahlam (Dreams Racing Dreams) by Steve Wood from the Album Arabia
Books about Ahlam:
Ahlam Shibli: Phantom Home by Ahlam Shibli, João Fernandes, Marta Gili and Carles Guerra (Aug 31, 2013)
Chaos of the Senses: A Modern Arabic Novel (Modern Arabic Literature) by Ahlam Mosteghanemi and Humphrey Davies (Oct 1, 2007)
Ahlam Shibli by Adam Szymczyk, John Berger and Ahlam Shibli (Mar 1, 2007)
Ahlam's Stories: Life of an Iraqi Woman by Ahlam as told to Val Dumond (Mar 21, 2011)
Ahlam Shibli: Max Wigram Gallery.: An article from: Artforum International by T.J. Demos (Jan 17, 2008)
Chaos Of The Senses: Ahlam Mosteghanemi - A Modern Arabic Novel (Modern Arabic Literature) by Mosteghanemi, Ahlam... (1000)
Ahlam Shibli (0010)
Movies about Ahlam:
Dreams of Our Lives -
Dreams of Hind and Camilia 2003 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 49 mins Starring: Naglaa Fathy, Ahmed Zaki and Ayda Reyad Directed by: Mohamed Khan
Wiki information Ahlam:
Ahlam Ali Al Shamsi, commonly known as Ahlam is an Arabian female singer from UAE. In 2006, she signed to the major record label, Rotana. She has released a total of ten albums including two successful ones, El Thokol Sana'a and Hatha Ana under its...
Ahlam Mosteghanemi, is an Algerian writer who has been called "the world's best-known arabophone woman novelist".