Abdi (also spelled Abidi) as a surname refers to the descendants of Imam Zain-ul-Abidin (A.S.) ibne Hussain (A.S.) ibne Ali (A.S.) ibne Abu Talib (A.S.).

Abdi is a male given name throughout the Islamic World, particularly in Somalia.

Abdi is part of a Muslim name and means "servant". Abdi or Abdul is always followed by one of the 99 names of Allah, signifying "servant of God". Each of the 99 names of Allah or God are adjectives describing Him. For example, Abdi-Fatah would mean the "Servant of the Opener".

Abdi is also the name of three men in the Hebrew Bible:

Abdi, as a surname, may also refer to:


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