|Full Name||Nasiba bt. Ka'b b. 'Amr|
|Teknonym||Umm 'Umara, Umm Habib|
|Lineage||Banu Mazin of Khazraj|
|Well-Known Relatives||Ka'b b. 'Amr|
|Place(s) of Residence||Medina|
|Presence at Ghazwas||Battle of Uhud and others|
|Other Activities||Participating in Battle of Yamama, transmitting hadith from the Prophet (s)|
Umm 'Umara participated in some battles and especially the Battle of Uhud to help the injured and fighters. She also accompanied the army of Muslims in other battles and incidents. She narrated hadiths from the Prophet (s).
Her father was Ka'b b. 'Amr from Banu Mazin, a clan of Khazraj –the famous tribe of Yathrib- and her mother was Rubab bt. 'Abd Allah from the same tribe. So she also was called Nasiba al-Maziniyya. Umm 'Umara must not be confused with another female companion of the Prophet (s) from Ansar named Nusayba bt. Ka'b with the nickname "Umm 'Atiyya".
Umm 'Umara's two brothers, 'Abd Allah and 'Abd al-Rahman b. Ka'b, were also among the companions of the Prophet (s).
First she got married to Zayd b. 'Asim from Banu Najjar –a clan of Khazraj- and bore him two children named Habib –that's why she was called Umm Habib too- and 'Abd Allah, who were among the Prophet's companions. After demise of her hasband she, after converting to Islam married