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Hashem is a title used in Judaism to refer to God. It is also a given name and surname, common in Muslim societies.
- In Judaism, HaShem (lit. 'the Name') is used to refer to God, particularly as an epithet for the Tetragrammaton, when avoiding God's more formal title, Adonai ('my master').
Persons with the given name
Notable persons with the name Hashem include:
- Hashem Aghajari (1957), Iranian historian
- Hashem Akbari (1949), Iranian-American professor at Concordia University
- Hashem Akbarian (1897–1971), Iranian wrestler
- Mirza Hashem Amoli (1899–1993), Iranian ayatollah
- Hashem Beikzadeh (1984), Iranian footballer
- M. Hashem Pesaran (1946), British-Iranian economist
- Mohammad Hashem Taufiqui (1942), Afghan politician
Persons with the surname
- Ibrahim Hashem (1888–1958), Jordanian lawyer and politician
- Nadia Hashem, Jordanian journalist and politician
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