Arabic name-giving (أبو) which actually means - "father; parent; father of".
Abu Ayub ابو ایوب A well-known Sahabi who had received the honour of offering hospitality to the Prophet Muhammad when he migrated to Madinah.
Abu Bakr ابوبکر Father of the young camel. The first Caliph of Islam.
Abu Darda ابودردآء Famous Sahabi of Rasoolullah PBUH.
Abu Dawud ابوداؤد Author of one of the Sahih Hadith (d. 875).
Abu Hanifa ابو حنیفه Founder of the Hanafi school of thought/ Islamic Law.
Abu Hurairah ابوھریره A great Sahabi who is the narrator of many Ahadith (Traditions).
Abu Huzaifah ابوحذیفه A famous Sahabi of Rasoolullah PBUH.
Abu Isa ابو عیسیٰ Father of Isa.
Abu Quhafa ابو قحافة A Sahabi of the Holy Prophet PBUH.
Abu Musa ابو موسی A well-known Sahabi; his full name was Abu Musa Al-Ashari Abu Said ابو سعید Father of dignified, name of a Sahabi (RA).
Abu Talha ابوطلحه A great Sahabi who participated in the battle of Badr.
Abu Talib ابو طالب Father of seeker; name of the Prophet Muhammad's uncle.
Abu Turab ابوتراب An attributive of Caliph Ali, the fourth of the 'rightly guided' Caliphs. The Prophet Muhammad gave him this epithet.
Abu Ubaidah ابو عبیده A great Sahabi of the Prophet PBUH; one of the ten companions whom the Holy Prophet PBUH has declared as the people of Jannah.
Abu Yusuf ابو یوسف Name of a great jurist and pupil of Imam Abu Hanifah RA.
Abu Zar ابوذر A great Sahabi of the Prohet of Allah.
St. Abu of Tbilisi
The Holy martyr Abu of Tbilisi was a well born muslim arab who accompanied the Georgian ruler Kartli Nerses when he returned to Georgia from Bagdad about the year 775. His interest in Christianity grew such that he became a Christian and suffered martyrdom. In Georgian transliteration his name is Abo. The martyr Abu is remembered on January 8