You mean Zarqa' Al-Yamamah (the blue-eyed dove). She is legendary and perhaps lived somewhere between 100 BC and 50 AD.
The Al-Yamamah region was named after Al-Yamamah, the beautiful, blue-eyed daughter of Sahem Ben Tassem, leader of the Tassem tribe.
Legend has it that when Tuba, the King of Yemen, invaded the region, he was warned to use caution region because Al-Yamamah had special vision which allowed her to see in the distance, far beyond the capability of ordinary men and women. The soldiers approached with great caution and covered themselves with tree branches to avoid detection, but they still could not escape detection by the keen-sighted girl whose vision was equally accurate by day or night. Al-Yamamah quickly warned the tribal leaders that the Yemeni army was close to their home. However, it was too late. Tuba and his army conquered the area and captured the blue-eyed Al-Yamamah. Tuba was so impressed with the girl's character and powers that he ordered his tribes to name the region after her. From that day on, the region has been called Al-Yamamah.