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Origin of the name FATIME.
Etymology of the name FATIME.
Meaning of the baby name FATIME.


FATIME.  A variant form of Arabic Fatima (q.v.), meaning "weaned," from fatam (put from the breast). (An English and Arabic Dictionary, Catafago, 1873).  Usage: Albania, France.

    "Then there is no other horse in your stables?" cried Gisella quickly.  "Do you forget Fatime?"
    The servant's eyes before her opened in heavy wonder; then roved from her pale and glittering face to the approaching form of the little marquise.  Like an abashed and malicious child, more than like the mistress of the whole establishment, Violette tiptoed, smiling, over the stone pavement of the courtyard.  "Fatime?" echoed the man.  "Little Princess Fatime, mademoiselle, the horse of madame the marquise?"
    Gisella turned with a resolute smile to meet Madame de Lys.  "I have directed Jean-Paul, madame," she said quietly, "to saddle Fatime, whom you offered to lend me for my trip to Blois.  I promise you, I will treat her with every tenderness." (The Smart Set, v.19, 1906)


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