If you've ever lived in Bosnia-Herzegovina you'd know that this name is SO POPULAR there. I've had 4 Iman's in my first grade class before we moved. It's way too common. The name itself sounds a bit too masculine for me to be able to like it.
Iman Reza is a major character in season 2 of the Norwegian Netflix series Ragnarok.
Iman Asante Shumpert, an NBA player, named his daughter Iman Tayla Shumpert Jr.
This name is primarily feminine in Arabic. In Iran and Indonesia, it's more common on males. [noted -ed]
This name is also used in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
In Persian, unlike the other languages Iman is usually considered a male name, as my name is Iman. I like the name as it is used kinda unisex! :)
Iman Meskini is a half Tunisian and half Norwegian actress, known from SKAM (TV-series).
Iman Mohamed Abdulmajid, mononymously known as Iman, is a Somali fashion model, actress and entrepreneur. A pioneer in the field of ethnic cosmetics, she is also noted for her philanthropic work. She is the widow of English rock musician David Bowie, whom she married in 1992.
Princess Iman bint Abdullah is the second child and eldest daughter of King Abdullah II and Queen Rania of Jordan. Born in Amman on 27 September 1996 to then Prince Abdullah and Princess Rania, Princess Iman is a member of the Hashemite family. She is the 42nd-generation descendant of Muhammad. Her paternal grandfather was the then-reigning King Hussein and her grandmother is the English-born Princess Muna, who is his second wife. Iman has one elder brother, Crown Prince Hussein and two younger siblings, Princess Salma and Hashem. She and her sister have birthdays that are one day apart.
I have a friend at my school named Iman (she is really nice :D) and that is how I learned about this name. I really like it! I love the meaning of the name especially. It's really nice!
Iman is my name; One who believes in God and his Angels is one definition. I love this name and I am a male born in the United States to African-American parents practicing Islam in the Nation Of Islam.

I was disappointed to discover it is feminine and I thought my Mother was clueless naming me but it appears the attributes of the name meant more than its gender.

The prononciation is difficult for typical westerners and my name has been butchered. I have offered alternatives to the feeble-minded such as Imanuel, Manny, or 'E'. Don't hesitate choosing this name for those because of difficult pronunciation... this is a great name and, as I am told, not specifically one gender or the other.
Iman Shumpert is an American basketball player.
My friend is named Iman. She's Bosnian, and often complains that here in the United States, people tend to pronounce her name I-man. She switched schools this year, and goes by "Molly" now. I think it's disappointing that she's abandoning such a unique name (here) in favor of something more common.
Princess Iman of Jordan, the daughter of the late King Hussein, is a famous bearer of this name, as is the daughter of Queen Rania and King Abdullah, the current monarchs of Jordan.
Iman has two syllables. The first syllable is prounounced as 'ee' (there is not too much stress on the 'ee', however) and the second goes as 'maan.'
Iman is used in several Islamic prayers and is most commonly a feminine name.
Means magnet in Spanish.
In Islamic terminology Iman has more meaning than just "faith" or "believing." Iman is fulfillment of three things:
1. Profession of faith with the tongue.
2. Conviction of the truth of this profession in the heart.
3. Implementation and action on the requirements of this profession with the body and the heart.
Iman is a female name and if my information is accurate, it is of Persian origin. It is usually given to women of royal birth.
Iman is actually a female name. It has a variety of spellings, with Iman being the most popular.
Being of Arabic origin the pronunciation is very specific, the first syllable being 'e' as in the second 'e' in elephant, and the second being 'maan', elongating the 'a' as in 'far'.
The best known Iman in the West is a woman, the Somalian supermodel who is now Mrs. David Bowie.

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