Arabic name (خديجة), comes from the word (خَديج) [khadizh] means - "premature baby, premature birth, born prematurely".
Khadijah (or Khadija) bint Khuwaylid (خديجة بنت خويلد circa 555-619 CE) was the first and most beloved wife of the Prophet Muhammad. She was the daughter of Khuwaylid ibn Asad and Fatimah bint Zaidah and belonged to the clan of Banu Asad. She is important in Islam as Muhammad's first wife, and one of the "mothers of the believers". Three of her daughters would go on to marry Caliphs: Ruqayyah and Umm Kulthum married Uthman, and Fatima married Ali.