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Meanings of Names

Beautiful names with beautiful meanings.

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Girl's Name

  • Firdaus Ani Share
    • Firdaus: Highest garden in Paradise
    • Ani: Decency
  • Adara Zarin Share
    • Adara: Virgin. Also an Greek name meaning beauty
    • Zarin: Golden
  • Jawhara Darisa Share
    • Jawhara: Jewel, essence
    • Darisa: Student
  • Faridah Naqila Share
    • Faridah: Unique, matchless, precious pearl or gem
    • Naqila: Copyist, narrator
  • Salihah Dzikra Share
    • Salihah: Correct, agreeable
    • Dzikra: Warning, commented
  • Rahifah Latifah Share
    • Rahifah: Thin
    • Latifah: Gentle, kind, pleasant, friendly
  • Khalda Yazeeda Share
    • Khalda: Everlasting
    • Yazeeda: God will increase
  • Fathiah Afiqah Share
    • Fathiah: Triumph
    • Afiqah: More glorious, honest
  • Hasnah Mayyadah Share
    • Hasnah: Pretty, beautiful
    • Mayyadah: To walk with a proud, swinging gait
  • Eliya Yamamah Share
    • Eliya: The beautiful one to grow in peace and love with God.
    • Yamamah: Dove, Valley in Arabia
  • Hafni Shiraz Share
    • Hafni: Divided
    • Shiraz: One who is sweet
  • Hilmiyah Sukainah Share
    • Hilmiyah: Gentle, calm
    • Sukainah: Peace
  • Shifwah Fashahah Share
    • Shifwah: Best friend
    • Fashahah: Fluent
  • Jamaliah Hannah Share
    • Jamaliah: Beautiful, graceful, lovely
    • Hannah: Love
  • Farwizah Fatnun Share
    • Farwizah: Victorious, winner
    • Fatnun: Wise, clever, smart
  • Nudhar Fataniah Share
    • Nudhar: Gold
    • Fataniah: Clever, smart
  • Muneera Wasimah Share
    • Muneera: Brilliant, shining
    • Wasimah: Graceful, good looking
  • Yaseera Hakimah Share
    • Yaseera: Easy, blessed, living well
    • Hakimah: Wise, one of Gods ninety-nine qualities
  • Aimuni Naadhirah Share
    • Aimuni: Blessed
    • Naadhirah: Precious
  • Iffat Rasyidah Share
    • Iffat: Honor, dignity, pride
    • Rasyidah: Wise, mature
  • Fitiya Hanisah Share
    • Fitiya: Purity
    • Hanisah: One who cautious
  • Azalia Jazilah Share
    • Azalia: Magnificent, everlasting
    • Jazilah: Fluent
  • Imani Nisrin Share
    • Imani: My faith, my belief
    • Nisrin: Rose fragrant
  • Hawa Zurarah Share
    • Hawa: Wife of the Prophet Adam (pbuh)
    • Zurarah: A bird's name
  • Shiraz Dhamanah Share
    • Shiraz: One who is sweet
    • Dhamanah: Assurance, security
  • Adira Umniah Share
    • Adira: Strong
    • Umniah: My ambition
  • Nuha Aiyani Share
    • Nuha: Intelligence
    • Aiyani: Divided
  • Jumanah Fadhilah Share
    • Jumanah: Silver pearl
    • Fadhilah: More glorious
  • Hanun Zhufairah Share
    • Hanun: Lovely
    • Zhufairah: Victorious
  • Suhaymah Amani Share
    • Suhaymah: Small arrow
    • Amani: Desire, purpose

 

Boy's Name

  • Yameena Hamid Share
    • Yameena: Right and proper; blessed
    • Hamid: The praised one; variation of the name Muhammad
  • Laith Nazeem Share
    • Laith: Lion
    • Nazeem: Arranger, adjuster
  • Aqlan Najid Share
    • Aqlan: Intelligent
    • Najid: Bravery in battle, rescue
  • Asaad Ukasyah Share
    • Asaad: Happiness
    • Ukasyah: Name of one of Muhammad's (SAW) companions
  • Muhaimin Eiman Share
    • Muhaimin: Protector
    • Eiman: Faith, belief
  • Intisar Eiyad Share
    • Intisar: Success, conquer, triumph
    • Eiyad: Support, strength, tough mountain climb
  • Lathif Arif Share
    • Lathif: Gentle, kind, pleasant, friendly
    • Arif: Corporal; aquainted, knowledgable
  • Syahiran Adli Share
    • Syahiran: Famous
    • Adli: Justice
  • Haris Khairun Share
    • Haris: Guard, protector
    • Khairun: Beneficent
  • Antar Marwan Share
    • Antar: Name of Arab hero of Chivalry
    • Marwan: Name of an Omayad caliph who built the Dome of the Rock
  • Ayaz Khuwailid Share
    • Ayaz: Slave (Persian)
    • Khuwailid: Eternal
  • Riadhi Numan Share
    • Riadhi: Garden
    • Numan: Blood
  • Shafiy Laith Share
    • Shafiy: Calm, purity
    • Laith: Lion
  • Salamat Ridhwan Share
    • Salamat: Safe, whole, flawless
    • Ridhwan: Content, satisfied
  • Waleed Hadrami Share
    • Waleed: Newborn child
    • Hadrami: Divided
  • Hafizuddin Jahdi Share
    • Hafizuddin: Faith protector, defender
    • Jahdi: My ability
  • Huwaidi Hafidh Share
    • Huwaidi: Back to the right
    • Hafidh: Protective, one who memorizes much
  • Afeef Khudari Share
    • Afeef: Purity, modesty
    • Khudari: Divided
  • Firdawsi Hamas Share
    • Firdawsi: Highest garden in Paradise
    • Hamas: Brave
  • Jaad Ehsan Share
    • Jaad: Sincerity, donor
    • Ehsan: Powerful
  • Umair Razin Share
    • Umair: Intelligent
    • Razin: Precious
  • Saaud Iffat Share
    • Saaud: Happiness
    • Iffat: Honor, dignity, pride
  • Rahmuni Uzair Share
    • Rahmuni: Loving
    • Uzair: Name of one of Muhammad's (SAW) companions
  • Lamees Khalili Share
    • Lamees: Soft to the touch
    • Khalili: My beautiful, good friend
  • Mushthafa Aariz Share
    • Mushthafa: Chosen one
    • Aariz: Respectable
  • Izz Kaysan Share
    • Izz: Might
    • Kaysan: Brave, wise
  • Fauzan Dhiya Share
    • Fauzan: Successful, victorious
    • Dhiya: Light, splendour
  • Nasiruddin Hidayatullah Share
    • Nasiruddin: Protector of faith
    • Hidayatullah: Guide to righteousness
  • Mansur Jawwad Share
    • Mansur: Divinely aided, victorious
    • Jawwad: Generous
  • Ziaulhaq Jalal Share
    • Ziaulhaq: Light of Truth
    • Jalal: Generous, noble, friendly, precious and distinguished

 

 

 
 
Choosing a meaningful Islamic name

It's always a joy when Allah blesses you with a child. Children bring happiness and joy, but also trials and great responsibilities. One of the very first duties you have toward your new child, besides physical care and love, is to give your child a name that carries honor and Islamic meaning behind it.

It is reported that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said: "On the Day of Resurrection, you will be called by your names and by your fathers' names, so give yourselves good names." (Hadith Abu Dawud)

Remember, just because a name stems from a certain language or culture, doesn't mean that it has a good Islamic meaning. Several of the companions of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) changed their own Arabic names, because the meanings of their names connoted wickedness.

For example, someone named Harb ("war") had his name changed to Silm ("peace"), and one named Al-Munba'ith ("one who lies") became Al-Mudtaji' ("one who stands up," i.e. for the truth).



 

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