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Alam is a masculine name derived from several ancient languages including :

  1. Arabic: lam (?) meaning "world" or "universe"
  2. Hebrew: cognate word ?Olam is transcribed as ?, also meaning "World"
  3. Tagalog: Alam means "Knowledge" (Wisdom). adjective maalam, is referred to for the one who is knowledgeable and wise.

Use in Literature

Arabic literature and ancient text, use Alam in phrases like "Rab-ul-Alam-een" = "the Lord of all Worlds/Universes" referring to The Absolute and Highest Divinity.

In Hebrew, Olam is used in phrases like "Adon Olam", meaning "Master of the World," one of the names of God in Judaism.

People

Surname

surname ? ("world")

  • Intikhab Alam (born 1941), British Indian (Pakistani) cricketer
  • Muhammad Mahmood Alam (1935-2013), Mr M. M. Alam, Pakistani Air Force officer who is famous for his world record in air-to-air combat.

unidentified surnames transliterated as Alam

Given name

given name ? ("world")

  • Alam Channa (1953-1998), son of Nasir Channa of Dhoke Kashmirian was the world's tallest living man at 232.4 cm (7 ft 7 inch) high. During his life he had been billed at various heights of up to 7 ft 6 while working at a circus
  • Alam Lohar (1928-1979), prominent Punjabi folk music from the Punjab region of Pakistan, formerly British India. He is credited with popularising the musical term Jugni

unidentified given names transliterated as Alam

See also


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