Meaning : Patient, Tolerant, A popular name in the Middle East, meaning 'Princess' and 'Patience'. Halima was also the name of the Prophet Muhammed's wet nurse and is associated with the virtue of patience., Patient, tolerant, Gentle mannered,
Origin : Arabic,
Pronunciation : Ha Li Mah, (HHA- Liy-Mah),
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Numerology information Halima:
Name Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma
Additional information Halima:
This Arabic name also has some of its roots in the Swahili language and therefore can most commonly be found in Arabic, African and Swahili speaking languages. There are many spelling variants of this female name including Haleema, Haleima and Haleemah, however it is often shortened to pet forms such as Halma by friends and family members.
Egyptian Meaning: The name Halima is an Egyptian baby name. In Egyptian the meaning of the name Halima is: Gentle.
Muslim Meaning: The name Halima is a Muslim baby name. In Muslim the meaning of the name Halima is: Gentle. Patient. Mild. Humane.
Feminine form of HALIM
Definition funny of Halima:
a cool girl who possibly somali or arab. mad-chill, calm and amazing. a girl who can show you a good time and a time to remember. amazingly amazing, cool and sexy as hell.
hey im halima. well, helloooo sexy!
an uber-cool girl who is possibly north african, middle eastern or south asian. mad-chill, calm, real and amazing. a girl with a zest for life and others. she brings life to the party. sharp, beautiful, and musical. a picture of grace. dares to dream - creative visionary. has moxy.
Halima was a princess of the Ghassanids, and a daughter of King al-Harit. In 529 CE she led a battle against the Labmidians, who had sacrificed her brother to their goddess. References "Women in Power 500-750" at Guide2womenleaders.com
Expression information Halima:
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 Halima:
People with this name have a deep inner desire to inspire others in a higher cause, and to share their own strongly held views on spiritual matters.
Songs about Halima:
Dance Halima 2/4 (with drum solos) by Eddie "the Sheik" Kochak from the Album Strictly Belly Dancing Volume 6
Dai Halima (The Midwife) by Sabri Brothers And Ensemble from the Album Qawwali: Sufi Music Of Pakistan
Amma Halima Mubarak Hai Tenu by Muhammad Khalid Fareed from the Album Aaqa Merian Akhiyan Madine Vich - Islamic Naats
Amma Halima Mubarak Tenu by Muhammad Rizwan Fareedi from the Album Pyare Nabi Ji I Love You - Islamic Naats
Ask Dem (Halima Riddim) by Original Jahsy from the Album Kingstown Best of Reggae
Ask Dem (Halima Riddim) by Original Jahsy from the Album Tell No Lies
Ask Dem (Halima Riddim) by Original Jahsy from the Album Reggae - Reggaeton Summer Vol.02 [Explicit]
Books about Halima:
Halima And The Scorpions - 1905 by Robert Smythe Hichens (Jul 12, 2010)
Wiping Halima's Tears (Naija Stories Anthology 2011) (Volume 1) by Naija Stories, Yejide Kilanko, Salatu Sule and Bidemi Odeshilo (Feb 18, 2014)
The Tale of the Most Excellent Halima and other stories. by Mark Craster-Chambers (Jan 10, 2012)
Halima And The Scorpions by Robert Hichens (May 7, 2013)
Halima: Webster's Timeline History, 1252 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Apr 16, 2009)
Halima, la consejera del Califa pelirrojo (Spanish Edition) by Mª Rosa Navarro (Aug 7, 2012)
Halima by Mercy Ngozi Alu (Oct 15, 2010)
Wiki information Halima:
Halima was a Ghassan woman who participated in the Battle of Chalcis.
Halima Hachlaf is a Moroccan runner who specializes in the 800 metres. She is the younger sister of Abdelkader Hachlaf, an international steeplechase athlete. She won silver medals in the 800 m at the Mediterranean Games and Jeux de la Francophonie...