Name Anas - Meaning and origin

Name Anas - Meaning and origin

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Meaning of the name:

In the Arabic language, Anas means "the man", "the confidant" or "the friend".


Anas Messaoudi is a boxer from Brussels. He was among the finalists at the Hillderod International Boxing Tournament.
Moroccan businessman, Anas Sefrioui made a fortune in real estate through his company Addoha Douja Promotion.
Also from Morocco, the actor Anas El Baz made his film debut with the movie Un secret. He represents the Head & Shoulders brand in Morocco.
The Quran refers to an Anas ibn Mālik who would have been the companion of Muhammad. Medina speaker, he would have sacrificed 10 years of his life to serve this prophet.

His character :

The simplicity and kindness of Anas are noticeable at first glance. Far from encumbering himself in futility, he advocates practicality and simplicity as a philosophy of life. His appearance perfectly reflects his personality. He attaches no importance to external things. Yet he hides a treasure of good faith, generosity and affection. Anas is a gentle and caring man who has an unwavering sense of morality.

His somewhat neglected appearance does not prevent him from being a true don Juan. Once the ideal woman is found, he will not hesitate to engage and flourish in the role of loving, loyal and faithful family man. Once he is well-off, he will leave his friends to concentrate exclusively on his work and his family.

Often, simplicity leads to happiness: Anas is the proof!



His party :

There is no day of celebration for Anas.

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