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Hind was not name of the wife of prophet Muhammad. It was name of a sahabi Abu Sufian. Fame behind this name is cruelity with the dead body of suhabi Ameer Hamza (a commander & general from Muslim Army at that time).
* the word suhabi or sahabi means a person who has met or seen personally to the prophet Muhammad (in this context).
-- yasirmcs  1/11/2005
To be more specific Hind is a group of camels that reach to a 100. It is also a well known fact that one of the prophet's wives was called Hind Bint Abi Omaya (Umm Salamah). The name itself was never known for its cruelty, it was rather the cruelty of one of its bearers.
-- Hind  5/31/2005
Not the name of one of Mohammad's (sws) wives, rather the name of a woman who sought vengence from him for the death of her family/relatives, she later became a strong Muslim. In essense the name Hinid or Hind means "strong woman," "female leader," and/or "warrior."
-- Anonymous User  1/20/2005
I heard that Hind was associated with the prophet, or the prophet's tribe. But, in any case, that she was clairevoyant and foresaw the coming of enemies some 40 days away from their community to destroy them. She warned the elders of her vision and they were dubious. They did, however, send out sentries who confirmed her vision, and they made preparations which saved the tribe from the oncoming invasion.
-- hind_la_ha  7/4/2005
This was not the name of one of the wives of the prophet Mohammad, peace and blessing of Allaah be upon him, but the name of the wife of one of his companions (Abu Sufian ibin Harb).
-- alwaleed  12/16/2007
A hind is your rear end.
-- bananarama  7/12/2008
A famous bearer is model Hind Sahli.
-- Antique_Cherub  11/8/2010
Hend or Hind it can be spelled both ways, it's an Arabic name meaning the country India. In Arabic they say Hend, in English they say India. Hend=India (understand?) it doesn't mean camels or anybody's wife. I don't know where you get your information but you should change the meaning because it is completely WRONG!
-- filomena97  11/9/2010
The name means "India" in Arabic.
-- MikeCrichton  6/14/2011
It means a hundred camels.
-- alkhabir  7/31/2012

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