A talib or talibé (Arabic, طالب ṭālib, "student", lit. "seeker"; pl. طلاب ṭullāb) is a student, particularly a student of Islam, who may study in a madrasa or with a religious teacher.

The word "talib" in Arabic refers to any kind of student, whereas in English it has a stronger connotation towards religious students of Islam; the same is true of the word "madrasa" with respect to the English word "school".

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... Abdul Muttalib … nor Abu Sufyan could claim himself equal to Abi Talib … and one coming from a doubtful lineage (pointing to Muawiyah I) cannot claim to be equal ... A letter to his (Ali's) brother, Aqeel ibn Abi Talib ... Letter 75, After all Muslims accepted Ali ibn Abi Talib as the rightful caliph, he wrote this letter to Muawiyah I ...
Talib - In West Africa
... In parts of urban West Africa talibs are religious students or followers of specific religious sect or teacher ... In Senegal, many street children are nominally talibs ... In these countries talibs traditionally live with a marabout, helping him with labor in exchange for their education in the Qur'an ...
Abu Talib (musician) - Personal Life
... Talib converted to Islam in 1975 and changed his name to Abu Talib ... After his first wife died, Talib remarried and fathered seven children in his two marriages ... On October 8, 2009, Talib died of cancer in Lancaster, California ...