hakim

1

or ha·keem

[hah-keem]

Origin of hakim

1
First recorded in 1575–85, hakim is from the Arabic word hakīm wise, wise man

Hakim

or Ha·keem

[hah-keem]
noun
  1. a male given name.
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hakim

hakeem

noun
  1. a Muslim judge, ruler, or administrator
  2. a Muslim physician

Word Origin for hakim

C17: from Arabic, from hakama to rule
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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."

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