Al-Nu'man ibn Humaydah

An-Nu'man ibn Humaydah al-Bariqi, (Arabic: النعمان بن حميضة البارقي), (died 600 CE), was a philosopher in Classical Arab. In addition, he was knight and the leader of the Bariq tribe, located in Bariq of Azd, Yemen and was famous for its glory.[1]

Lineage

His full name was al-Nu'man b. Humaydah b. al-Harith b. Awf b. Amr b. Sa`d b. Thailbh b. Kinanah al-Bariqi Ibn Bariq Ibn Uday Ibn Haritha Ibn Amr Mazikiee Ibn Aamr bin Haritha Algtarif bin Imru al-Qais Thailb bin Mazen Ibn Al-Azd Ibn Al-Ghoth Ibn Nabit Ibn Malik bin Zaid Ibn Kahlan Ibn Saba'a (Sheba) Ibn Yashjub Ibn Yarab Ibn Qahtan Ibn Hud (Eber).

Quotes

  • Telling the truth has left me no friends.[2]

References

  1. al-Iṣbahānī, Abū al-Shaykh; (1987). Kitāb al-Amthāl fī al-Ḥadīth al-Nabawī. Būmbāy, al-Hind. OCLC 45876750.
  2. Askarī, Abū Hilāl (1988). Kitāb jamharat al-amthāl. Bayrūt, Lubnān. OCLC 29268614.
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