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Forename عزت

Globally, عزت (عزت Egypt Iran Iraq Saudi Arabia Sudan, Ezzat Egypt Pakistan Turkey Saudi Arabia Iraq, Izzat Egypt Pakistan Turkey Saudi Arabia Iraq, and others...) is a widespread primarily boy's, but very infrequently feminine first name. The first name عزت is habitual in Egypt, where it is quite a common male name, Brunei, and Syria (explore the name in all countries). Measured by absolute frequency, it is the most numerous in Egypt, Pakistan, and Turkey. Likewise, عزت is the last name as well as the forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name عزت

name Ізет, name عزت, name Izet, name Ezzat, name Azat, name Izzat, name Azt, name Иззат, name Ezat, name Izzet
عزت Iran, Iraq, Egypt, Sudan, Saudi Arabia
Izzat, Azat, Ezzat, Ezat Iraq, Egypt, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Turkey
Izzet Iraq, Egypt, Indonesia, Malaysia, Turkey

First names said to be same

Azt, Izet, Иззат, and Ізет

First name عزت in the context

عزت is also a name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Izzat , the Character and Izzet Pascha , the operatic character in the opera Fatinitza by Franz von Suppé; governor of the Turkish Fortress at Rustchuk.

Notable namesakes

picture of عزت روح‌بخش عزت روح‌بخش عزت روح‌بخش Iranian singer, IR (b. 1908) link
picture of عزت قندور عزت قندور عزت قندور Jordanian military personnel, JO (b. 1911) link
عزت كركوكلي IQ (b. 1869) link
عزت طنوس Palestinian politician, PS (b. 1896) link
picture of عزت الشابندر عزت الشابندر عزت الشابندر Iraqi politician, IQ (b. 1950) link
picture of عزت القمحاوى عزت القمحاوى عزت القمحاوى writer, EG (b. 1961) link
picture of عزت شاهی عزت شاهی عزت شاهی Iranian politician, IR link
عزت حسنعلی Iranian actor, IR (b. 1931) link
عزت عوض الله Egyptian singer, EG (b. 1934) link
عزت مصطفى العاني IQ (b. 1925) link
عزت المشد EG (b. 1934) link
عزت جانملکی association football player, IR (b. 1947) link
عزت سعد Egyptian diplomat, EG (b. 1950) link
عزت الغزاوي Palestinian writer (1951-2003), PS (b. 1951) link
عزت الطيري Egyptian poet, EG (b. 1953) link