Imam Muhammad al-Taqi al-Jawad
Muhammad ibn ‘Alī ibn Mūsā (Arabic: محمد ابن علی ابن موسی ) (circa 12 April 811 - c. 29 November 835) was the ninth of the Twelve Imams and a descendant of the Prophet Muhammad. He was also called Abu Ja'far, Ibn al-Ridha ("the son of al-Riha); al-Jawād ("the generous") and al-Taqī ("the pious").
Sheikh Mufid (r.a) and Ibn Shahr Ashoub (r.a) have only recorded one son for Imam Reza(a.s) and he is Imam Muhammad al-Taqi al-Jawad (a.s) but some other historians have recorded five sons and a daughter for him.
As for Imam Jawad (a.s) the sons are Imam Ali al-Naqi al-Hadi(a.s) and Musa al-mubarqa' who is buried in Qom( Chehel Akhtaran) and he also had a daughter named Hakimah Khatoon who is buried in Samerra,Iraq.
Sabeeka سبيكة النوبية was a great pious lady married to Imam Al-Ridha (AS) and mother of Imam Muhammad Al-Jawaad (AS).
She was from the family of Mariyah Al-Qibtiyyah the wife of the Prophet Muhammad (SAWA) who gave birth to his son Ebrahim.
We have many Hadeeths praising her.
She is known as Sabeeka al-Noobiyyah (Sabeeka of Nooba which is Egyptian Africa).
She is also known by other names like Khaizaraan and Rayhana.
The meaning of Sabeeka in Arabic is a piece of Gold.
It is good to keep this name for newborn girl. It is already used as name for thousands of Muslim females.