Other Forms FormsRodabe, Rodabeh, Roodabe, Roodabeh, Roudabe, Roudabeh, Rudaabeh, Rudaba, Rudabe
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Meaning & History
Derived from the Persian noun رود (rud) meaning "river, torrent" combined with the Persian noun آب (ab) meaning "water".Rudabeh (also known as Rudaba) is the name of a Persian mythological figure, who was featured in the 10th-century Persian epic poem Shahnameh written by the Persian poet Ferdowsi. She was the mother of the hero Rostam and the wife of Zal.In real life, a known bearer of this name is the Iranian-American journalist and news anchor Rudabeh Shahbazi (b. 1980).