Origin of the name BADR.
Etymology of the name BADR.
Meaning of the baby name BADR.
Arabic name, derived from the vocabulary word badr, meaning "full moon."
(An English and Arabic Dictionary,
The third gate in the palace
wall, which opened at no great distance to the eastward beyond the two
gates of the Willow Tree and of the Date Market, was called the
Bab-al-Badriyah or the Bab Badr, from the Market of Badr
that lay immediately outside, where had stood the Palace of Badr,
the favourite and all-powerful minister of the Caliph Mu'tadid.
This Badr had originally been a slave of the Caliph Mutawakkil,
who had given him his freedom, and Badr rapidly rose to the
command of the armies under Mu'tadid, during whose Caliphate Badr
came to be considered as the chief man of the state, and among other
matters superintended the restoration of the Mosque of Mansur in Western
Baghdad,... (Baghdad During the Abbasid Caliphate, Le Strange,