Fuad

Fuad (Arabic فؤاد, DMG Fu ʾ ad) is an Arabic male first name derived from Arabic. Fu'ad with the meaning "The Heart ". A variant of the name is Fouad. The Turkish form of the name is Fuat.

Well-known bearers of the name

Ruler

  • Fu'ad I. (1868-1936), from 1922 to 1936 King of Egypt
  • Fu'ad II ( b. 1952 ), formal 1952/1953 King of Egypt

First name Fuad

  • Fuad Backović ( Deen, * 1982), singer from Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Ahmad Fuad Muhi al-Din (1926-1984), Egyptian politician
  • Fuad Hassan (1929-2007), Indonesian politicians
  • Fuad Ibrahim (* 1991), Ethiopian - American football players
  • Fuad Muzurović ( b. 1945 ), football coach of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Fuad Rifka (1930-2011), Syrian- Lebanese philosopher, poet and translator
  • Fuad Siniora ( b. 1943 ), Lebanese politician

First name Fouad

  • Fouad Ammoun (1899-1977), Lebanese lawyer and diplomat
  • Fouad Brighache (* 1985), German - Moroccan footballer
  • Fouad Chehab (1902-1973), Lebanese military and politician, President of Lebanon (1958-1964)
  • Fouad Mebazaâ ( born 1933), Tunisian politician
  • Fouad El Mouhandes (1924-2006), Egyptian actor and comedian
  • Paul Fouad Tabet (1929-2009), Lebanese Maronite Archbishop
  • Fouad Twal ( born 1940 ), Jordanian Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem

More

  • Papyrus Fouad 266, various 1939 papyrus fragments found in Egypt
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