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Girl's Name

  • Asilah Aleeya Share
    • Asilah: More glorious
    • Aleeya: Praised, noble
  • Faizia Hafsyah Share
    • Faizia: Successful
    • Hafsyah: Wife of the Prophet (pbuh)
  • Najdah Ainani Share
    • Najdah: Bravery in battle, rescue
    • Ainani: Spring
  • Lillyann Aliyah Share
    • Lillyann: Lily
    • Aliyah: Praised, noble
  • Suhayla Nathifa Share
    • Suhayla: Smooth, soft, fluent, flowing
    • Nathifa: Clean, pure
  • Fadilah Fatimah Share
    • Fadilah: Virtuous, outstanding, superior, cultured and refined
    • Fatimah: Accustom; Daughter of the Prophet (pbuh)
  • Mardhiyah Dhamrah Share
    • Mardhiyah: Content, satisfied
    • Dhamrah: Name of one of Muhammad's (SAW) companions
  • Aliyah Adara Share
    • Aliyah: Praised, noble
    • Adara: Virgin. Also an Greek name meaning beauty
  • Nawal Hannani Share
    • Nawal: Gift
    • Hannani: My dear
  • Mishal Husniah Share
    • Mishal: Light
    • Husniah: Beautiful
  • Imani Nafla Share
    • Imani: My faith, my belief
    • Nafla: Sunflower
  • Dahiyah Wadiah Share
    • Dahiyah: Smart
    • Wadiah: Amicable, friendly
  • Kausar Kaleela Share
    • Kausar: River in Paradise
    • Kaleela: Sweetheart, beloved
  • Fajriyah Amniyah Share
    • Fajriyah: Morning light
    • Amniyah: Desire, purpose
  • Harizah Natrah Share
    • Harizah: Strong, secure, guarded
    • Natrah: Happy
  • Adlina Kamaliyah Share
    • Adlina: Our justice
    • Kamaliyah: Beauty, perfection
  • Syahirah Nilaa Share
    • Syahirah: Famous
    • Nilaa: A flower
  • Liyyan Adira Share
    • Liyyan: Gentle, kind, pleasant, friendly
    • Adira: Strong
  • Shafhah Afifah Share
    • Shafhah: Forgiving
    • Afifah: Purity, modesty
  • Miskinah Dianah Share
    • Miskinah: Humble
    • Dianah: Faith
  • Adni Zuhriyah Share
    • Adni: Paradise name
    • Zuhriyah: Flower
  • Sameh Zuhaira Share
    • Sameh: Forgiving
    • Zuhaira: Bright
  • Raudah Nashida Share
    • Raudah: Garden
    • Nashida: Student
  • Akidah Zarin Share
    • Akidah: Strong, firm
    • Zarin: Golden
  • Shakira Nailufar Share
    • Shakira: Thankfulness
    • Nailufar: Lotus, water lily
  • Kareema Salwa Share
    • Kareema: Generous, noble, friendly, precious and distinguished
    • Salwa: Quail, consolation
  • Amani Diyari Share
    • Amani: Desire, purpose
    • Diyari: Hadiah
  • Azyan Saleha Share
    • Azyan: One who possesses wisdom
    • Saleha: Correct, agreeable
  • Kamila Firdawsi Share
    • Kamila: Flawless
    • Firdawsi: Highest garden in Paradise
  • Khaleeda Faridah Share
    • Khaleeda: Immortal
    • Faridah: Unique, matchless, precious pearl or gem


Boy's Name

  • Fadal Khalil Share
    • Fadal: Priority
    • Khalil: Beautiful, good friend
  • Antar Ayyar Share
    • Antar: Name of Arab hero of Chivalry
    • Ayyar: Traveller
  • Essam Kadin Share
    • Essam: Safeguard
    • Kadin: Friend, companion, confidant
  • Kafil Danish Share
    • Kafil: One who is responsible, one who can be trusted
    • Danish: Knowledgable, wise
  • Akram Husnayan Share
    • Akram: Most generous
    • Husnayan: Victory
  • Anwari Hanin Share
    • Anwari: My Light
    • Hanin: Loved one
  • Yameena Atma Share
    • Yameena: Right and proper; blessed
    • Atma: Soul
  • Ziaulhaq Fakhir Share
    • Ziaulhaq: Light of Truth
    • Fakhir: Proud, excellent
  • Quds Jalil Share
    • Quds: Holiness, sanctity
    • Jalil: More glorious
  • Waldan Izzudin Share
    • Waldan: Newborn child
    • Izzudin: Honor of the faith
  • Ayman Umayr Share
    • Ayman: Lucky; on the right
    • Umayr: Old Arabic name
  • Amal Khairi Share
    • Amal: Ambition
    • Khairi: Charitable, beneficent
  • Izaan Muawiyah Share
    • Izaan: Obedience
    • Muawiyah: Name of one of Muhammad's (SAW) companions
  • Dhani Makin Share
    • Dhani: Near
    • Makin: Strong, firm
  • Rashad Rifqi Share
    • Rashad: Integrity of conduct
    • Rifqi: Soft, gentle, a friend
  • Izz Asyiq Share
    • Izz: Might
    • Asyiq: Beloved, sweetheart, darling
  • Wali Aisar Share
    • Wali: Beloved, sweetheart, darling, protector
    • Aisar: Smooth, soft, fluent, flowing
  • Azman Junaidun Share
    • Azman: Desire, purpose
    • Junaidun: Soldier
  • Sayf Saadi Share
    • Sayf: Sword - of religion
    • Saadi: My happiness
  • Iktidal Khaleel Share
    • Iktidal: Justice
    • Khaleel: Beautiful, good friend
  • Lamees Iliya Share
    • Lamees: Soft to the touch
    • Iliya: A Prophet's name
  • Adam Ansar Share
    • Adam: A Prophet's name
    • Ansar: Helper, supporter
  • Hashim Hidayat Share
    • Hashim: Generous
    • Hidayat: Guide to righteousness
  • Zain Haffaz Share
    • Zain: Good, jewelry
    • Haffaz: Protective, one who memorizes much
  • Saqeef Majid Share
    • Saqeef: Skilled, proficient
    • Majid: Glorious
  • Lutfan Amin Share
    • Lutfan: Elegent, graceful, kind and friendly
    • Amin: Faithful, trustworthy
  • Hayqal Ahsan Share
    • Hayqal: Large trees and lush
    • Ahsan: The best
  • Mutasim Sirajuddin Share
    • Mutasim: To faith, to God
    • Sirajuddin: Light of faith
  • Aali Najmuddin Share
    • Aali: The highest, greatest, excellent, noble
    • Najmuddin: Star of faith
  • Dawani Ahmad Share
    • Dawani: Divided
    • Ahmad: Most highly adored, or most praised; variation of the name Muhammad



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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