Habiba

Meaning : Beloved, Unknown, One Who Is Loved,

Origin : Arabic, Unknown,

Pronunciation : (Unknown), hah BEE bah,

Habiba Meaning

Habiba Expression, Habiba Soul Urge, Habiba Inner Dream

numerology

Numerology information Habiba:

numerologyName Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear

additional

Additional information Habiba:

additionalHabiba is a feminine name of Arabic origin and is said to mean ‘One Who Is Loved’. It is a popular name with parents of Pakistani decent and those following the Islamic religion.

additionalMuslim Meaning: The name Habiba is a Muslim baby name. In Muslim the meaning of the name Habiba is: Beloved. Sweetheart. Darling.

additionalFeminine form of HABIB

urban

Definition funny of Habiba:

urbanThe meaning of Habiba is beloved, sweetheart or loved one, and it's incredibly accurate. A Habiba is a stunning human being, with a brilliant sense of humour and a personality that reminds you why it is a pleasure to be alive. Habiba can make you laugh when you've had the worst day. You can talk to her as though you've known her your whole life, and trust her with anything. Habiba's are beautiful creatures, and if you know one then hold on! You feel that the world is a brighter place simply by talking to her. She is the kindest, most genuine individual, who you can be yourself - no matter how ridiculous that is - with, and an absolute honour to have in your life :)

urbanHabiba is the kind of incredible friend that I would happily share Tom Hiddleston with. Cheekbones and all. I love her so, so much <3

urbanA sexy bitch who breaks hearts.

urbanThat girl is so Habiba!

expression

Expression information Habiba:

expressionPeople with this name are excited by change, adventure, and excitement. They are dynamic, visionary and versatile, able to make constructive use of freedom. They fight being restricted by rules and conventions. They tend to be optomistic, energetic, intelligent, and to make friends easily. They may be changeable, restless, untidy, and rebellious.

soul

Soul information Habiba:

soulPeople 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

Songs about Habiba:

songsHabiba by Sahara from the Album Belly Dance

songsHabiba by Rema Lahiri Bappi Lahiri from the Album Hindi Album Audio Songs of Bappi Lahiri

songsHabiba by Rema Lahiri Bappi Lahiri from the Album Bollywood's Ooh La La Bappi Da

songsHabiba by Sékouba Bambino from the Album The Griot's Craft

songsHabiba (feat. Tchanelas) [Loin de ce monde fou] by Alabina from the Album Gypsy Lounge (feat. Los Niños de Sara)

songsAaja Tu Arshan Te Aaja Habiba by Muhammad Waqas Ali Mehboobi from the Album Aa Gaye Nabian De Sultan - Islamic Naats

songsAehl-e-Shahan Habiba (Punjabi) by Alhaj Muhammad Owais Raza Qadri from the Album Ulfat Rasool Ki

books

Books about Habiba:

booksHabiba's Dilemma by Tahiru Mahama and Worldreader (Dec 19, 2013)

booksHabiba My Habiba by Bob Danierla (May 21, 2009)

booksHabiba la magica by Chiara Ingrao and I. Canu (Jan 1, 2014)

booksHabiba Messika: La blessure du peche (French Edition) by Jeanne Faivre d'Arcier (1997)

booksHabiba Messika: La Blessure Du Peche by Jeanne Faivre d'Arcier (1997)

booksHabiba og andre noveller by Elsa Gress (1964)

booksHabiba: An African Woman's Story by LAURA REDSHAW (1999)

movies

Movies about Habiba:

moviesWhere the Eagles Fly - Habiba: Sufi Saint From Uzbekistan 1998 NR - Runtime: 30 mins

moviesLover Boys -

wiki

Wiki information Habiba:

Habiba Ghribi
Track and field athlete, Measured person, Person, Athlete, Olympic athlete

Habiba Ghribi is a Tunisian middle- and long-distance runner who specialises in the 3000 metres steeplechase. She is the Tunisian record holder in the event, having run 9:08.37 for second place at the 2012 Summer Olympics giving her country its first...

Habiba Sarobi
Politician, Person

Dr. Habiba Sarobi is a hematologist, politician, and reformer of the post-Taliban reconstruction of Afghanistan. In 2005, she was appointed as Governor of Bamyan Province by President Hamid Karzai, which made her the first Afghan woman to become a...