1 a Muslim ruler or governor or judge
2 a Muslim physician [syn: hakeem]
- judge (public judicial official)
Hakim or Al-hakim () is a given name for a male in the Arabic or Urdu language that means judge, arbitrator, ruler or governor.
Variant transliterations include Hakam (or Al Hakam), Hakm (or Al Hakm), Hakum (or Al Hakum), Hakeem (or Al Hakeem) and Hakem (or Al Hakem).
It may refer to:
Title or honorific
Family nameHakim is the family name of:
PatronymicAl-Hakim is the patronym of:
- Al-Hakim bi-Amr Allah, a Fatimid caliph
- Abdel-Aziz al-Hakim, a Shiite cleric and former militia leader in Iraq, a President of Governing Council (2003) after the USA invasion of Iraq
- Grand Ayatollah Muhsin al-Hakim, the spiritual leader of the Shia world between 1955 and 1970
- Mohammad Said al-Hakim, a Shiite cleric and uncle of Mohammad Baqir al-Hakim.
- Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim, a Shiite cleric and the brother of Abdel-Aziz al-Hakim
- Muhammad ibn Abdullah al-Hakim, Islamic scholar and author of Ma'rifah 'Ulum al-Hadith
- Tawfiq al-Hakeem, Egyptian dramatist, novelist and thinker
Personal nameHakim or Hakeem is the personal name of:
- Hakim (Egyptian singer), the Egyptian singer
- Hakim (singer), a Spanish singer of Maghrebi descent
- Hakim al-Nishaburi, the leading hadith scholar of his time
- Hakim ibn Hizam, a rich Meccan convert to Islam
- Hakim Mohammed Said, Renowned scholar, finest exponents of eastern medicine, philanthropist of Pakistan and former Governor of Sindh.
- Hakeem Olajuwon, a retired NBA basketball player
- Hakeem Seriki, a rapper known as Chamillionaire
- Hakeem Noor-ud-Din, First succerssor of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and renowned scholar of 19th century India
Places and things
hakim in French: Hakim
hakim in Indonesian: Hakim (disambiguasi)
hakim in Polish: Hakim
hakim in Turkish: Hakim