Husayn

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Husein, Hussein, Hossain, Hussain, Husain, Hosein, Husayn, Hussaini (Arabic:حسین Turkish: "Hüseyin"), is an Arabic name which is the diminutive of Hasan, meaning "good" or "handsome" or "beautiful". It is commonly given as a male given name among Muslims, after Husayn ibn Ali, although the name is so common it is also given to persons of secular backgrounds. In some Persian sources the form Háosayn is used [http://www.iranica.com/newsite/articles/ot_grp7/ot_shahrbanu_20050131.html] .

Individuals

Given names

* Husayn ibn Ali – grandson of the Islamic prophet Muhammad and son of Caliph Ali ibn abu Talib
* Husayn Bayqarah – Timurid ruler of Herat from 1469 to his death
* Hussein bin Ali, Sharif of Mecca – Sherif and Emir of Mecca
* Hussein Chalayan – British/Turkish Cypriot fashion designer
* Hussein el-Husseini – former Lebanese Parliament Speaker
* Husein Gradaščević – Bosnian Muslim 19th century leader and rebel
* Hussein of Jordan – King of Jordan
* Hussein Kamel – son-in-law of Saddam Hussein
* Husayn Kamil – Sultan of Egypt and King of The Sudan (December 19, 1914 – October 9, 1917)
* Hussein Onn – third Prime Minister of Malaysia
* Husayn (Safavid) – former Safavid king of Persia

Patronymics

* King Abdullah II bin al-Hussein – King of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
* Ali Akbar ibn Husayn – son of Shi’as’ third Imam Hussain ibn Ali and Umm-e-Laila
* Ali bin Hussein of Jordan – son of King Hussein of Jordan and his third wife
* Alia al Hussein – third wife of King Hussein of Jordan
* Tahir ibn Husayn – Persian general and governor during the Abbasid caliphate
* M.F. Hussain – eminent artist from India
* Ali bin Hussein of Hejaz – King of Hejaz and Grand Sharif of Mecca
* Fatimah bint Husayn
* Fouad Hussein – Jordanian journalist
* Hala Hussein – daughter of Saddam Hussein
* Hussein el-Husseini – former Lebanese Parliament
* Muhammad Husayn Haykal – Egyptian writer, journalist, politician and a former Minister of Education in Egypt
* Nasser Hussain – former Essex and England cricketer.
* Princess Muna al-Hussein – second wife of King Hussein of Jordan
* Qusay Hussein – son of Saddam Hussein
* Raghad Hussein – daughter of Saddam Hussein
* Rana Hussein – daughter of Saddam Hussein
* Saddam Hussein – executed President of Iraq
* Sharif Ali bin al-Hussein – pretender to the throne of Iraq
* Taha Hussein – Egyptian writer and Arabic literary scholar
* Uday Hussein – son of Saddam Hussein

Other

* Al Hussein – Iraqi missile
* Sheikh Hussein – holy Muslim site in Ethiopia named after Sheikh Hussein (person)
* Mullá Husayn – first Letter of the Living in the Bábí movement
* Barack Hussein Obama – 2008 Democratic Presidential Canidate

See also

* Hussaini

References

ee also

* Arabic name
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special%3APrefixindex&from=Husayn&namespace=0 Wikipedia pages beginning with "Husayn "]


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