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Siddiqui: also rendered as Siddiqi, Siddique, Siddiquee, Siddighi, Sadighi, Sed

Siddiquie, (Arabic/Urdu: ) is a surname, referring descent from Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddiq (
the first Khalifa of Islam and very close companion of the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad
),
who
was
member
of
Quraish

Farooqui: also rendered as Farooki, Faroqui, Farooqi, Faruki , Farouki, Faruqi, (Arabic/Urd
surname, referring descent fromHazrat Umar Farooq ( ) , the second Khalifa
companion of the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad ( ) , who was member of Q

Usmani: also rendered as Osmani, Othmani, Uthmani, (Arabic/Urdu: ) is a surname, refe


from Hazrat Usman Ghani ( ) , the third Khalifa of Islam and companion of the
Hazrat
Muhammad ( ) ,
who
was
member
of
Qu

Syed: [masculine title] also rendered as Sayyid, Sayyed, Sayed, Sayid, Saiyad, Saiyed, (Ar
Sayyida [feminine title], Saadah [plural title], (English: Mister, Master) is an honorific title
language which is also denoted for the descendants of Hazrat Imam Hasan (
Imam Hussain ( ) , grandsons of the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (
sons of Hazrat Ali ( ) and Hazrat Fatima Zahra ( ) who were memb
tribe.

Hashmi: also rendered as Hashemi, Hashimi, (Arabic/Urdu: ) is a surname, referring des


clan of Banu Hashim (Hashim, great-grandfather of the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad
)was
the
head
of
tribe).
Banu
Hashim
was
clan
in
the
Qu

Abbasi: also rendered as Abasi, Abbasid, (Arabic/Urdu: ) is a surname, referring descen


Abbas (() youngest uncle of the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (

Jafri: also rendered as Jafari, Jaffari, Jaffri, (Arabic/Urdu: ) refers the descent from Hazra
) , cousin of the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad ( ) .

Honorific Titles often used in South Asia


also taken by Qureshi family as surname

Sheikh: also rendered as Shiekh, Sheik, Shaikh, Shaykh, Shayk, (Arabic/Urdu: ) , (English: Is
Elder, Leader) is an honorific title in the Arabic language. Siddiqui, Farooqi, Usmani or Syed
were historically involved in the administrative roles in both the Delhi Sultanate and the M
takes
the
title

Khawaja: also rendered as Khwaja, Khawajah, (Arabic/Urdu: ) , Khwajagan [plural title], (E


Master)
is
also
honorific
title
in
the
Arabic
Bukhari: also rendered
Bukhara/Uzbekistan)

as

Bokhari,
is

Bukhary,

Bukhori, (Arabic/Urdu: ) ,
a
nisbat

(E

Chaudhary: also rendered as Chowdhury, Chaudhari, Chaudri, Chudhari, Chudhary, (Arabic


(English:
Holder
of
Four,
Landowning)
indicates
the
ownership
of
ance
Qazi: (Arabic/Urdu:

) is

designation

(similar

to

judge/justice)

in

Islam

Similarly, honorific titles like Sufi, Molvi, Peer, Makhdom, Mian, Sardar and so on, were no

tribes or nations, therefore often used in Qureshi family as forename but now these title
castes, communities or family names in South Asia.