Arabic word, used as an adjective and a proper name.
The literal meaning of the word in English is "glorious."
Al-Majid is also one one of the names of Allah (God) in Islam.
Synonyms include: majed, majeed.
The word might be pronounced with both the short vowel "i" or the long "i:" but the meaning is the same either way.
1. As a proper name:
Prince Majid ruled the district of Mecca (in Saudi Arabia) from 1980 to 2000.
2. For God
Allah is Al-Majid (The Glorious).
Arabic word. Means "goodness." Used both as a common and proper noun.
The name "Salahudin", the Historical Islamic leader, is made up by merging the two words: Salah and Al-Deen.
As a proper noun (name):
Salah is a wide-spread name in Arabia.
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