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This name derives from the Arabic “Abd-Állāh,” meaning “servant of God.” Humility before Allah is an essential value of Islam; hence Abdullah is a common name among Muslims. The father of the prophet Muhammad was named Abdullah. The Christian Arabic Bible uses the word Allah for God. Presently in the Middle East, the name is sometimes used by Christians as a given or family name. The name is also common among Arabic-speaking Jews, especially Iraqi Jews. The feminine counterpart of this name is Amatullah.



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Abdullah Abbas Nadwi, Islamic Scholar
Abdullah Abdullah (born 1960), Former Foreign Minister Of Afghanistan
Abdullah Ahmad Badawi (born 1939), Former Prime Minister Of Malaysia
Abdullah Al-amiri, Judge In The Trial Of Iraqi Dictator Saddam Hussein
Abdullah Al-harari, Islamic Scholar
Abdullah Atalar (born 1954), Turkish Academic
Abdullah Avci (born 1963), Turkish Football Manager
Abdullah Aydoğdu (born 1991), Turkish Paralympian Goalball Player
Abdullah Baybaşin, Turkish Mob Boss
Abdullah Bin Abdul Kadir (1796–1854), Early 19th Century Malay Writer
Abdullah Bin Jassim Al Thani, Qatari Politician
Abdullah Bin Khalid Al Thani, Qatari Politician
Abdullah Bin Khalifa Al Thani, Qatari Politician
Abdullah Bin Mohammed Al Thani (sharjah), United Arab Emirati Politician
Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, United Arab Emirati Politician
Abdullah Bughra, Emir Of The First East Turkestan Republic
Abdullah Cevdet, Turkish Physician
Abdullah Demirbaş (born 1966), Turkish Politician
Abdullah Durak (born 1987), Turkish Footballer
Abdullah Elyasa Süme (born 1983), Turkish Footballer
Abdullah Ercan (born 1971), Turkish Footballer
Abdullah Gegić (1924–2008), Yugoslav Football Coach Who Also Had Turkish Citizenship
Abdullah Gül (born 1950), President Of The Republic Of Turkey
Abdullah Halman (born 1987), Turkish Footballer
Abdullah I Of Jordan (1882–1951), Jordanian King
Abdullah Ibn Muhammad Al-umawi (844–912), Seventh Emir Of Córdoba
Abdullah Ibn Saud († 1818), Fourth And Last Leader Of Saudi State
Abdullah Içel, Turkish-belgian Futsal Player
Abdullah Ii Of Jordan (born 1962), Current King Of Jordan
Abdullah Kobayashi (yosuke Kobayashi), Japanese Wrestler
Abdullah Malallah, Emirati Footballer
Abdullah Muhasilović, Yugoslav Army Chaplain
Abdullah Nakaš (1944–2005), Bosnian Surgeon
Abdullah öcalan (born 1948), Kurdish Founder Of The Kurdistan Workers Party
Abdullah Of Saudi Arabia (born 1924), King Of The Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia
Abdullah Oğuz, Turkish Film Director
Abdullah Palić (1958–1995), Bosnian Military Officer 1992-1995 War In Bosnia
Abdullah Sidran (born 1944), Bosnian Writer And Poet
Abdullah The Butcher (lawrence Shreve), Canadian Wrestler
Abdullah Yusuf Azzam (1941–1989), Islamist Leader, Assassinated In 1989