Globally, Reza (رضا , Reza , Реза , along with others...) is a widespread largely masculine, but uncommonly girly first name. The given name Reza is habitual in Egypt, where it is a common mostly male, but uncommonly feminine name, Iraq, where it is a common predominantly masculine, but very seldom feminine name, and Indonesia, where it is quite a common principally male, but very infrequently feminine name (explore the name in all countries). Much less frequently, Reza is the last name as well as the forename.
Reza is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|رضا||Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Algeria|
|Reza||Bangladesh, India, Iran, Mexico, Indonesia|
|Реза||Armenia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Russia, Belarus|
Reza is also a name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Reza Avanluna , the Indonesian Virtual YouTuber.
|reza marzban Iranian journalist (1928-2013), IR (b. 1928)|
|reza esteki Iranian weightlifter, IR (b. 1937)|
|reza moridi Canadian politician, CA (b. 1945)|
|reza afshar IR (b. 1887)|
|reza deghati Iranian-French photographer, FR (b. 1952)|
|reza ghodssi Iranian professor, IR (b. 1966)|
|reza hormes-ravenstijn Dutch racing cyclist, NL (b. 1967)|
|reza parsa Swedish film director, SE (b. 1968)|
|reza baluchi Iranian athlete (b. 1972)|
|reza nouri Iranian Shiite cleric (born 1973) (b. 1973)|
|reza rafi (b. 1964)|
|reza shirmarz Iranian published and awarded playwright, translator, researcher (b. 1974)|
|reza karimi Iranian actor (b. 1978)|
|reza jahangiri American businessman, US (b. 1978)|
|reza dana American ophthalmologist and immunologist, US|