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Origin: Iraq
Region Origin: Western Asia

The name Ali is a gender-neutral name with Arabic, English, French, and German roots. It is derived from the Arabic words "aliy," meaning "sublime, high, exalted," and "ala," which means "rise, ascend". In the Islamic tradition, Ali is a significant figure, as Ali Ibn Abi Talib was the cousin and son-in-law of the Prophet Muhammad and the first man to convert to Islam. The name Ali has various meanings, including "loyal," "high," "elevated," and "champion". It is also used in other cultures as a given name, such as English speakers using it as a short form of male or female names starting with "Ali," such as Alice, Alison, Alisha, Alistair, Alexander, or Alexandra.

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