Habibi (حَبيبي) is an Arabic word that literally means "my beloved" (of a male; the female form is "habibati", or colloquially "habibti"), from the adjective "habib" ("beloved"). It is commonly also used for "friend", "darling", and similar endearments.

Habibi may also refer to:


* Hassan Habibi (born 1937?), first First Vice President of Iran, 1989 - 2001
* Imam-Ali Habibi, Iranian freestyle wrestler, competed in the 1956 Summer Olympics
* Shahla Habibi, Iran's Presidential Advisor on Women's Affairs, 1995 to 1999
* Jusuf Habibie (born 1936), third President of Indonesia, 1998 - 1999


* A song by band "System 7" from their 1991 album "System 7"
* "Habibi Dah", a 2000 album, including the song "Habibi Dah (Nari Narain)", by Egyptian pop singer Hisham Abbas
* "Habibi Ya", a love song by Egyptian pop singer Mohamed Fouad from his album Habibi Ya.
* "Habibi Ya Malak", "Habibi Lil Abad", and "Habibi Ma Nseet", songs by Lebanese singer Darine Hadchiti from his 2006 album "Irtahlak Albi"
* "Etef Habibi", a song by Syrian singer Asalah Nasri from her 2001 album "Moshtaqah"
* "Fen Habibi", a song by Syrian singer Asalah Nasri from her 2005 album "Aadi"
* "Habibi" a song by the artist Prince an internet only release from his website in the early 00's.
* "Habibi wala ala balo" a song by the artist Amr Diab.
* "Habibi (je t'aime)" a song by the group Milk & Honey
* "Habibi", a song by Firefox AK from the 2006 album "Madame, Madame!".
* "Habibi", a gay party, held monthly in New York City, that focuses on but is not limited to Arabic & Middle Eastern Culture.
* Michael Franti made a movie documentary called "I Know I'm not Alone" where he toured the Middle East spreading the word of peace. Throughout the countries he sang a song to new friends entitled "Habibi".
* A song by M.I.A. "Hussle"
* "Habibi Habibi" a Tamil song from the movie Sadhu Miranda (2008)


* A 1997 young-adult novel by Palestinian-American author Naomi Shihab Nye
* "Hush Hush Baby" (original title: "Shouf Shouf Habibi!"), a 2004 Dutch comedy film
* "Habibi (graphic novel)" by Craig Thompson

See also

* Habib

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