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The name Baghdad is pre-Islamic, and its origin is disputed. The site where the city of Baghdad developed has been populated for millennia. By the 8th century AD, several villages had developed there, including a Persian hamlet called Baghdad, the name which would come to be used for the Abbasid metropolis. Arab authors, realizing the pre-Islamic origins of Baghdad's name, generally looked for its roots in Persian. They suggested various meanings, the common of which was "bestowed by God". Modern scholars generally tend to favor this etymology, which views the word as a compound of bagh () "god" and dd () "given", In Old Persian the first element can be traced to boghu and is related to Slavic bog "god", while the second can be traced to dadti. A similar term in Middle Persian is the name Mithradt (Mihrdd in New Persian), known in English by its Hellenistic form Mithridates, meaning "gift of Mithra" (dt is the more archaic form of dd, related to Latin dat and English donor). There are a number of other locations in the wider region whose names are compounds of the word bagh, including Baghlan and Bagram in Afghanistan or a village called Bagh-an in Iran. The name of the town Baghdati in Georgia shares the same etymological origins. A few authors have suggested older origins for the name, in particular the name Bagdadu or Hudadu that existed in Old Babylonian (spelled with a sign that can represent both bag and hu), and the Babylonian Talmudic name of a place called "Baghdatha". Some scholars suggested Aramaic derivations. When the Abbasid caliph, al-Mansur, founded a completely new city for his capital, he chose the name Madinat al-Salaam or City of Peace. This was the official name on coins, weights, and other official usage, although the common people continued to use the old name. By the 11th century, "Baghdad" became almost the exclusive name for the world-renowned metropolis.

Just as Kadhimiyyah is a predominantly Shi'ite neighborhood with a Mosque that is associated with Shi'ite Imams, A'dhamiyyah is a predominantly Sunni area with a Mosque that is associated with the Sunni Imam Abu Hanifah. The name of Al-Aamiyyah (Arabic: ) is derived from Abu Hanifah's title, al-Imm al-Aam (Arabic: , the Great Imam).

Haifa Street Salihiya Residential area - situated off Al Sinak bridge in central Baghdad, surrounded by Al- Mansur Hotel in the north and Al-Rasheed hotel in the south Hilla Road Runs from the south into Baghdad via Yarmouk (Baghdad) Caliphs Street site of historical mosques and churches Sadoun Street stretching from Liberation Square to Masbah Mohammed Al-Qassim highway near Adhamiyah Abu Nuwas Street runs along the Tigris from the Jumhouriya Bridge to 14 July Suspended Bridge Damascus Street goes from Damascus Square to the Baghdad Airport Road Mutanabbi Street A street with numerous books, named after the 10th century Iraqi poet Al-Mutanabbi Rabia Street Arbataash Tamuz (14th July) Street (Mosul Road) Muthana al-Shaibani Street Bor Saeed (Port Said) Street Thawra Street Al Qanat Street runs through Baghdad north-south Al Khat al Sare'a Mohammed al Qasim (high speed lane) runs through Bagdhad, north-south Al Sinaa Street (Industry Street) runs by the University of Technology centre of computers trade in Baghdad Al Nidhal Street Al Rasheed Street city centre Baghdad Al Jamhuriah Street city centre Baghdad Falastin Street Tariq el Muaskar (Al Rasheed Camp Road) Aakhrot street Baghdad Airport Road

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