What is the meaning of the word - akil ,samir, rizvan, mohsin and izma ?
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The literal meaning of the Arabic term ‘Akil’ (correct spelling ‘Aqeel’) is the best, or the pick of the best.
‘Samir’ literally means entertaining companion or conversationalist.
‘Rizwan’ literally means pleasure, goodwill, and acceptance.
‘Mohsin’ literally means benevolent and benefactor.
The term ‘izma’ is not particularly an Arabic term. The closest term in pronunciation would be ‘Uzma’ which means the greatest.
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