Qasim is the transliteration of the male given name (Arabic: قاسم‎, Qāsim), pronounced with a long first syllable. The meaning is one who distributes. The first known bearer of the name was the son of prophet Mohammed.

There is an occasional variant spelling, (Arabic: قسیم‎, Qasīm), distinguished by a long second syllable. Both names can also be used as surnames.

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