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Correct spelling: Hamid

 \ha-mid\

praiseworthy
Arabic
Hamid as a boy's name is pronounced ha-MEED. It is of Arabic origin, and the meaning of Hamid is "praiseworthy". In Islam, one the ninety-nine attribute names of Allah.
  • Hameed.

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What are the usage examples for Hamid?

  1. In the afternoon we went to see where Abdul Hamid was imprisoned. – My Diary in Serbia: April 1, 1915-Nov. 1, 1915 by Monica M. Stanley
  2. I learned beyond all doubt that the Sultan Abdul Hamid was nothing but a figurehead, that the Grand Vizier, bought by Russian and French gold, was running the government in a way that was antagonistic to German influences and that the swarms of demi- mondaines in French and Russian pay were corrupting the higher Turkish officials to their cause. – The Secrets of the German War Office by Dr. Armgaard Karl Graves
  3. For ten years Lohengrin appeared as the temporal providence, the protector of Abdul Hamid – German Problems and Personalities by Charles Sarolea

What are the rhymes for Hamid?

  1. greed, weed, fried, keyed, skied, brede, knead, leed, teed, walid, lipide, ede, misdeed, sneed, dede, feed, bede, reread, deed, kneed, seed, secede, bleed, fede, stampede, we'd, misread, cede, supersede, plead, swede, lead, snead, mislead, need, bead, impede, waleed, breed, wied, shaheed, indeed, creed, speed, nead, screed, read, precede, recede, mead, rasheed, heed, friede, reed, saeed, she'd, steed, meade, rashid, he'd, freed, reid, reseed, tweed, succeed, proceed;
  2. agreed, gilead, concede, elide, exceed, accede, degreed, decreed;
  3. intercede, guaranteed, aristide, overfeed, disagreed;
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