Its source is ramid, an Arabic name meaning "Hot."
This boy's name is used in Arabic.
This is the name of the holiest month of the Muslim calendar. It commemorates the revelation of the Quran, the primary Islamic scripture, considered by Muslims to be the word of God.
Because the month is calculated on a lunar basis, it occurs in different seasons from year to year. During Ramadan, devout Muslims take no food or drink from dawn to sunset. The weak, the ill, and those who are travelling may be exempted from this otherwise most sacred duty.