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  • FIDA: FIDA may refer to: Federacion Internacional de Abogadas (International Federation of Women Lawyers), a professional association Federal Independent Democratic
  • Fida: For the Arabic name, see Fida (name). Fida is a Bollywood romantic thriller film released in 2004. The film, directed by Ken Ghosh, stars Fardeen Khan
  • Abu'l-Fida: crater, see Abulfeda (crater). Abu al-Fida (Arabic: أبو الفداء‎‎; November 1273 – October 27, 1331), fully Abu Al-fida' Isma'il Ibn 'ali ibn Mahmud Al-malik
  • Fida Hassnain: Fida Hassnain (Urdu فدا حسنین; Srinagar, 1924–2016) was a Kashmiri writer and Sufi mystic. He was born in 1924 in Srinagar, Kashmir, the child of schoolteachers
  • Bona fida: Bona fida may refer to bona fide, Latin expression Ex fida bona, Latin expression
  • Fida al-Sayed: Sweden Fida is the chairman of the Youth Coalition of March 15 and former spokesperson for the Facebook page "The Syrian Revolution". Fida is together
  • Coreura fida: Coreura fida is a moth of the Arctiidae family. It was described by Hübner in 1827. It is found in Mexico and Brazil. LepIndex
  • Fida Hussain Bukhari: Allama Syed Fida Hussain Bukhari Call:+92 3006643222 is a religious scholar who completed his studies in Aloom-e-Kharij, Kalam, Falsafa and Fiqh from Islamic
  • Fida (name): Jameur Fida, Bangladeshi Youtuber فدايت, Iranian Princess Fida زيبا روي, Iranian Princess Fida al-Sayed, Syrian political activist Fida Islaih, poet
  • Al Fida: Al Fida (Arabic: الفداء‎‎) is an arrondissement of Casablanca, in the Al Fida - Mers Sultan district of the Casablanca-Settat region of Morocco. As of

Meaning of the Name 'FIDA'


  • Meaning: Redemption; sacrifice
  • Origin: Arabic
  • Gender: Male


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