Origin: Arabic سعيد
The name comes directly from the Arabic meaning, “happy.”
As of 2009, Said was the 459th most popular male name in France.
Other forms of the name include:
- Said سعيد Саид (Albanian/Arabic/Assyrian/Azeri/Bosnian/Bulgarian/Chechen/Circassian/Dagestani/Egyptian/Indonesian/Iranian/Javanese/Kazakh/Kyrgyz/Lebanese/Ossetian/Pashtun/Syrian/Tatar/Turkmen/Uzbek)
- Saïd (Algerian/Moroccan/Tunisian)
- Sead (Bosnian)
- Sejad (Bosnian)
- Sait (Kurdish/Turkish)
The feminine form is Saida.