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On a basic level, yes, it does mean "smiling", that being the adjective, not the verb (e.g. A smiling man). However, it has the weight of "فعال" which indicates exaggeration, extremity, etc. Thus, Bassam means someone who smiles a lot. "Basim" on the other hand is basic, meaning "smiling" or "smiler".

Fun fact, "Bassam" is the dubbed name of Hyuuga Kojiro of the Captain Tsubasa series.
Black  12/23/2018
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Actually, it means "smiler". It is the noun derived from the verb "to smile".
bassam  9/11/2007

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