When an Arabic speaking person starts to get interested in Astronomy, he will immediately notice that many stars have Arabic sounding names.
For example, the other day, I was in the backyard with a 20 year old relative. I was
The reason for this is historic, and has to do with how the knowledge of sky with its constellations, and stars moved from one civilization to the next. First, Ancient Egypt to Babylon, then to the Greeks, then translated into Arabic during the Islamic golden age, and from there to Europe via Latin by yet more translation.