The Most Wise, The Most Judicious
The One who is Most Knowing. The One who possesses the quality of discrimination between right and wrong and who is free from error or misunderstanding.
The One who has perfect wisdom. The One whose
wisdom turns mankind back from wrongdoing. The One who is qualified to judge the
worth of all things.
From the root h-k-m which has the following classical Arabic connotations:
This name is used in the Qur'ān. For example, see 2:32
The words hakam and hakīm both
arise from the same h-k-m root, but hakam is a verbal noun which
emphasizes the delivery of justice, while hakīm is a noun which indicates
the essential nature of the possessor of wisdom.
(Also written as al-hakim, al-hakeem, al-hakiim, the Most Wise: ya hakim, ya hakeem, ya hakiim)