Arabic name (لقمان) which actually means - "caring, looking after someone, breadwinner"
Luqman was a wise man for whom Surat Luqman the thirty-first sura (chapter) of the Qur'an, was named. Luqman (c. 1100 BC).
There are many stories about Luqman in Arabic and Turkish (Turkic) literature and the primary historical sources are the Tafsir ibn Kathir and Stories of the Qur'an by Ibn Kathir.
The Qur'an does not state whether or not Luqman was a prophet, but some people believe him to be a prophet of Allah and thus write Alayhis salaam (A. S.) with his name.