- a female given name: from an Arabic word meaning “benevolent.”
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Naima with earnest desire expected them in the evening; none came.
Naima was frightened when his presence was required at the palace.
Saad's hopes were of no more avail; Naima would no longer listen to him, but weeping, threw himself on his couch.
Both seem of the same rank; and I am desirous to know what sorrow oppresses the unfortunate Naima.
Naima rose from the ground, and bowed with his head even to the carpet on which the Caliph stood.