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Meanings of Names

Beautiful names with beautiful meanings.

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Girl's Name

  • Aleesa Naaz Share
    • Aleesa: Protected by God
    • Naaz: Pride
  • Aqeela Rasyadah Share
    • Aqeela: The best, the very best
    • Rasyadah: Guiding to the right
  • Adilah Darsah Share
    • Adilah: Justice, honest, equal
    • Darsah: One who is intelligent, memorize
  • Aliyah Jumah Share
    • Aliyah: Praised, noble
    • Jumah: Born on Friday
  • Afia Razita Share
    • Afia: Vigour/vitality
    • Razita: Flower
  • Amna Maimanah Share
    • Amna: Peace
    • Maimanah: Blessed
  • Amni Irsa Share
    • Amni: Peace
    • Irsa: Rainbow
  • Aabidah Halifah Share
    • Aabidah: Great worshipper
    • Halifah: Frienship
  • Arimi Armel Share
    • Arimi: Big
    • Armel: Princess
  • Azza Hasnah Share
    • Azza: Young, female gazelle
    • Hasnah: Pretty, beautiful
  • Adabiah Khairani Share
    • Adabiah: Decency , civility
    • Khairani: Beneficent
  • Afrah Wafiyyah Share
    • Afrah: Joy
    • Wafiyyah: Faithfulness, loyalty
  • Afina Sakeena Share
    • Afina: Forgiver
    • Sakeena: A friend
  • Aqidah Zuhailin Share
    • Aqidah: Believe
    • Zuhailin: Peace
  • Amjad Azzalea Share
    • Amjad: More glorious
    • Azzalea: Magnificent, everlasting
  • Adlina Alimah Share
    • Adlina: Our justice
    • Alimah: Knowledgeable
  • Aiyani Saihah Share
    • Aiyani: Divided
    • Saihah: Good, useful
  • Awliya Farhanah Share
    • Awliya: Beloved, sweetheart, darling
    • Farhanah: Joyous
  • Aminah Saleema Share
    • Aminah: Faithful, trustworthy
    • Saleema: Safe, whole, flawless
  • Ayesha Fahimah Share
    • Ayesha: Name of prophet Muhammad's (PBUH) wife
    • Fahimah: One who is intelligent
  • Anisah Munirah Share
    • Anisah: Maiden, entertaining female companion
    • Munirah: Brilliant, shining
  • Akifah Jauharah Share
    • Akifah: Devoted, dedicated
    • Jauharah: Jewel, essence
  • Aleeya Lamees Share
    • Aleeya: Praised, noble
    • Lamees: Soft to the touch
  • Amanda Radeyah Share
    • Amanda: Lovable
    • Radeyah: Content, satisfied
  • Awadah Halimah Share
    • Awadah: Soft, gentle
    • Halimah: Mild, gentle, patient
  • Azimah Auliya Share
    • Azimah: More glorious, great
    • Auliya: More glorious
  • Adira Afraima Share
    • Adira: Strong
    • Afraima: Fertile
  • Afnan Hazirah Share
    • Afnan: Tree branches or twigs
    • Hazirah: The best choice
  • Asilah Suaad Share
    • Asilah: More glorious
    • Suaad: Happiness
  • Ahlaiah Yafiaah Share
    • Ahlaiah: Dreams
    • Yafiaah: High

 

Boy's Name

  • Abdul Rahim Affan Share
    • Abdul Rahim: Servant of The Merciful
    • Affan: Wise, clever, smart
  • Abir Aziz Share
    • Abir: Fragrance
    • Aziz: Esteemed, precious, cherished
  • Abdul Danial Share
    • Abdul: Servant of Allah
    • Danial: A prophet's name
  • Abdul Hanan Isam Share
    • Abdul Hanan: Servant of The Most Loving
    • Isam: Self-made success
  • Abdul Rasyid Aydin Share
    • Abdul Rasyid: Servant of The Righteous
    • Aydin: Intelligent
  • Arwa Asmaan Share
    • Arwa: Satisfied, pleasant, fresh
    • Asmaan: Pure heart
  • Abdul Wadud Afif Share
    • Abdul Wadud: Servant of The Most Loving
    • Afif: Purity, modesty
  • Akalil Hamid Share
    • Akalil: Crown
    • Hamid: The praised one; variation of the name Muhammad
  • Abu Samah Fasahat Share
    • Abu Samah: Forgiving
    • Fasahat: Fluent
  • Azzam Muaz Share
    • Azzam: Determined, resolved
    • Muaz: Protected
  • Afdhal Luth Share
    • Afdhal: The best
    • Luth: A Prophet's name
  • Aliuddin Ayaz Share
    • Aliuddin: Excellence of religion
    • Ayaz: Slave (Persian)
  • Asadel Awad Share
    • Asadel: Most prosperous
    • Awad: Reward, compensation
  • Abbudin Harith Share
    • Abbudin: Servant of Allah
    • Harith: Ploughman, cultivator
  • Ala Masud Share
    • Ala: Nobility
    • Masud: Fortunate, happy, lucky
  • Alwan Aza Share
    • Alwan: Colorful
    • Aza: Comfort
  • Abdul Qahhar Syaarani Share
    • Abdul Qahhar: Servant of The Subduer, the Almighty
    • Syaarani: Divided
  • Abdul Nasir Zayne Share
    • Abdul Nasir: Servant of The Most Victorious
    • Zayne: Good, jewelry
  • Aisy Salleh Share
    • Aisy: Wealthy
    • Salleh: A prophet's name
  • Afiq Suhayl Share
    • Afiq: More glorious, honest
    • Suhayl: Gentle, easy; the name of a star
  • Ahmad Imran Share
    • Ahmad: Most highly adored, or most praised; variation of the name Muhammad
    • Imran: A Prophets name
  • Abdul Qahar Dzalkifli Share
    • Abdul Qahar: Servant of The Subduer, the Almighty
    • Dzalkifli: One who has the ability
  • Abdul Qayyum Makarim Share
    • Abdul Qayyum: Servant of The The Self-Existing
    • Makarim: Of good and honorable character
  • Ayman Yaseen Share
    • Ayman: Lucky; on the right
    • Yaseen: A Prophet's name
  • Ariffin Shafiy Share
    • Ariffin: Fluent, wise
    • Shafiy: Calm, purity
  • Abdul Hakim Haitham Share
    • Abdul Hakim: Servant of The Perfectly Wise
    • Haitham: Lion
  • Awliya Rafiq Share
    • Awliya: Beloved, sweetheart, darling
    • Rafiq: A friend
  • Adi Asil Share
    • Adi: Name of one of Muhammad's (SAW) companions
    • Asil: Genuine, pure
  • Asim Seif Share
    • Asim: Protector, defender
    • Seif: Sword - of religion
  • Atmam Hasyim Share
    • Atmam: Perfection
    • Hasyim: Generous

 

 

 
 
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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