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ʻĀʼISHAḧ > A'ISHA

This name derives from the Arabic “ʻĀʼishaḧ > A'isha”, meaning “alive, she who lives, womanly”. The name was borne by the third and favorite wife of the prophet Muhammad, ʿĀʾisha bint Abī Bakr, known as the 'the mother of believers', she became an important political and religious figure after his death. The spread of the name in the English language, in the form Aisha, began in the 1970s, due to the popularity of Princess Aisha of Jordan.

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