Akbar Name Meaning

Muslim (mainly Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh; also Iran): from a personal name based on Arabic akbar ‘greater’, ‘greatest’, an elative adjective from kabir ‘great’. Allahu Akbar (‘Allah is the Greatest’) is a slogan of Muslims throughout the world. The Mughal emperor known in English as Akbar the Great (Jalal ud-Din Akbar; 1542–1605) extended his rule from a base in Panjab to cover most of the Indian subcontinent by the time of his death. His rule was notable for the integration of Hindus and Muslims in positions of power.

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List of People with Surname Akbar

Based on our public records, there are a total of 1,215 people with the surname Akbar. Among these people surnamed Akbar, there are approximately 216 distinct names, with an average of 5 people who share the same name. Mohammad Akbar, Muhammad Akbar and Syed Akbar are the top three most widely-used names from the list of people surnamed Akbar, with 97, 53 and 45 people respectively.

In addition, Our data shows that California has the most people surnamed Akbar, with a total of 211 people, and there are a total of 95 distinct names among these people. New York is the second-most populous state for people with the surname Akbar, with a total of 207 people and an average of 94 distinct names.