What does the common Arabic name (or surname) 'Abdullah' literally mean?

"pure"
"wise"
"brave"
"servant of God"
Abdullah or Abdallah is built from the Arabic words Abd (ser­van­t) and Allah. Since both Torah and Chris­tian Bible use word 'Allah' for God in their Arabic trans­la­tion­s, the name Abdullah is also common among Jews and Chris­tians living in the Arab coun­tries.

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"wise"
"brave"
"servant of God"
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flagGreece
0%
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94%
17
flagItaly
2%
2%
2%
92%
42
flagUkraine
3%
3%
3%
90%
32
flagFrance
3%
3%
3%
90%
30
flagSwitzerland
0%
11%
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17
flagGermany
3%
4%
4%
85%
189
flagthe United Kingdom
5%
6%
3%
84%
332
flagthe United Arab Emirates
1%
3%
5%
83%
54
flagSpain
11%
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83%
18
flagPoland
6%
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79%
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flagthe Netherlands
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78%
65
flagNorway
9%
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9%
77%
22
flagRepublic of Ireland
7%
10%
5%
76%
38
flagCanada
4%
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24
flagthe United States
9%
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4%
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flagUnknown
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20
flagIndia
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63

Gender

men78%
women80%
"pure"
7%
5%
"wise"
8%
8%
"brave"
5%
4%
"servant of God"
78%
80%

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