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Rabia

Rabia is the transliteration to mainly two different Arabic words written differently in Arabic text and properly transliterated differently:

  • An Arabic female name (Rabīʿah ربيعة) meaning "Companion in life" or "Springtime"
  • An Arabic female name (Rābiʿah رابعة) meaning "Fourth Female".

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  • Given name 1
  • Surnames 2
  • Places 3
  • Other uses 4

Given name

Surnames

Places

  • Diyar Rabi'a, medieval Arabic name of the easternmost and largest of the three provinces of the Jazira (Upper Mesopotamia)
  • Rabia City, a neighbourhood of Shah Faisal Town in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
  • Rabia, Iraq, a small border crossing town between Iraq and Syria on the road to Mosul
  • Rabia, Syria, a town in the Latakia Governorate, northwestern Syria

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