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Maqdisi (Arabic: مقدسي) is an Arabic nisba referring to a Jerusalemite. It is derived from Bayt al-Maqdis, an Arabic name for Jerusalem, by way of the Hebrew Beit HaMikdash, the Temple in Jerusalem. Today, the common Arabic name of Jerusalem is al-Quds.

Al-Maqdisi (المقدسي) is used as an appellative to refer to a number of people, including:

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