With 838 165 bearers, Reza is the 10th most common masculine given name in Iran (2014 Data).

Reza Alamouti was an Iranian political activist, considered to be known as one of the youngest Central Committee Members of the Organization of Iranian People's Fedai Guerrillas (OIPFG) in the 1990s. He is also known as one of the first Iranian Socialist Feminist activists who introduced the Iranian left: a new Iranian Socialist movement that distanced itself from Stalinism and adopted more of a Trotskyist Agenda.
In religious context, this name is interpreted as satisfaction or "perfect contentment with God's will or decree". It is an Arabic word, and the name is neutral and not one used only by a particular sect, and is thus used by (Arab) Muslims, Arab Christians and Arab Druze. And it’s popular in Iran as a common Persian name and it sounds lovely.
Mohammad Reza Pahlavi was the last Shah of Iran from 1941 until his overthrow by the Iranian Revolution in 1979.
Reza Aslan is a famous writer in religious studies.
The Turkish form of this name is Rıza. [noted -ed]

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