noun (esp. in Muslim countries)
Origin of hakim1
Definition for hakeem (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for hakeem
The Divine nature of Djabal has been in a sense an obstacle to her love in his character as Hakeem.The Browning Cyclopdia|Edward Berdoe
And the hakeem pressed a hand to his eyes to shut out the memory of a dreadful scene.Tales of Destiny|Edmund Mitchell
This mortified the Hakeem, and tended to confirm him in the resolution to make away with Amur Sing, and appropriate his wealth.
She advanced the money, and Hakeem Mehndee deposited the bond, and got the contract.
My husband received a visit from the governor of the village, who was very delighted to see an English hakeem.Behind the Veil in Persia and Turkish Arabia|M. E. Hume-Griffith
British Dictionary definitions for hakeem
Word Origin for hakim
Word Origin and History for hakeem
1580s, physician in Arab countries, from Arabic hakim "wise," from stem of hakuma "he was wise;" whence also hakam "judge," hikmah "wisdom, science."