Posted on 12 December 2017
Halim or Haleem (حليم) is an Arabic adjective meaning gentle, forbearing, mild, patient, understanding, indulgent, slow to anger, “what we call a civilized man”. In Islam, Al-Halīm is one of the 99 names of God, with that meaning. The name Abdul Halim means servant of God, as thus described, and bearers of that name are listed on that page. Halim is also used as an abbreviated version of Abdul Halim, or independently, as a name given to a male.