What does the common Arabic name (or surname) 'Abdullah' literally mean?

"pure"
"wise"
"brave"
"servant of God"
Abdullah or Abdallah is built from the Arabic words Abd (servant) and Allah. Since both Torah and Christian Bible use word 'Allah' for God in their Arabic translations, the name Abdullah is also common among Jews and Christians living in the Arab countries.
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