DHAFFERظافرmArabic (Maghrebi) Derived from Arabicظَفَر (ẓafar) meaning "victorious" or "victory, triumph" (see ZAFAR). A known bearer is Dhaffer L’Abidine (1972–), a Tunisian former soccer player and actor.
ELGHALIAالغاليةfArabic (Maghrebi, Rare) Means "the expensive (one)" from Arabic غَالِيَّة (ḡāliyya) meaning "expensive, dear, precious". A known bearer is Elghalia Djimi (1961-), a Sahrawi human rights activist.
FATIMA ZAHRAفاطمة الزهراءfArabic (Maghrebi) Combination of FATIMA and ZAHRA mainly used in Morocco and Algeria. This is one of the epithets of Fatimah (Fatima), the daughter of the Islamic Prophet MUHAMMAD, who is sometimes called "the shining one".
GRACImArabic (Maghrebi) Carried over from surrounding Latin countries to, particularly Algeria during the "reconquista" of the Moors. Possibly the diminutive form of the surname " Garcia ", which is a common occurrence to reverse given names with familly names in latinize Arabic countries (ex; Malta, Lebanon, ect.).
HADJحاجmArabic (Maghrebi) From Arabic حاج (ḥājj) meaning "pilgrim", ultimately from حج (ḥajj) meaning "pilgrimage", referring to the mandatory Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca, Saudi Arabia. This name is mainly used in Algeria.