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Meaning and Name Origin

Ahmed \a(h)-med\ as a boys' name is pronounced AH-med. It is of Arabic origin, and the meaning of Ahmed is "highly praised or one who constantly thanks God". One of the many names of the prophet Muhammad, and popular with American Muslims. The name is also commonly used throughout the Islamic world. Football player Ahmad Plumer.


Variations

Ahmed has 10 variants: Achmad, Achmed, Ahmaad, Ahmad, Ahmet, Ahmod, Amad, Amadi, Amahd and Amed.

Ahmed has 18 more alternative forms via Muhammad: Hamid, Hammad, Mahmood, Mahmoud, Mahmud, Mahomet, Mehmet, Mehmood, Mehmoud, Mehmud, Mihammad, Mohamad, Mohamed, Mohamet, Mohammad, Mohammed, Muhamet and Muhammed.


Popularity

Ahmed is a somewhat prominent first name for men (#1000 out of 1220, Top 82%) and an even more prominent last name for both adults and children (#3288 out of 88799, Top 4%). (2000 U.S. Census)

Charted below is the baby name popularity of Ahmed for boys. Ahmed entered the list in 1970-1979 and reached its peak position of #491 in the U.S. in 2000, and is currently at #549. (2014 Birth Statistics)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Ahmed name in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Ahmed outside U.S.

Displayed below is an analysis of the popularity of the boy name Ahmed and corresponding names. Popular alternative forms of Ahmed (#549 last year) appearing in the Top 1000 are Ahmad (#571 last year), Mohamed (#427), Mohammad (#588), Mohammed (#498) and Muhammad (#399). These boy names were at the peak of their popularity in 2001 and are almost as popular today. The most fashionable names for newborns in this list are Ahmed (#549), Mohamed (#427), Mohammad (#588), Mohammed (#498) and Muhammad (#399). (2014 Birth Statistics)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Ahmad, Ahmed, Mohamed, Mohammad, Mohammed, Muhammad in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Ahmed, Mohamed, Mohammad, Mohammed, Muhammad outside U.S.


Similar Names

Ahmed is pronounced similarly to Amid. This name tends to be less commonly used than Ahmed.

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