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Girl's Name

  • Faizia Firuz Share
    • Faizia: Successful
    • Firuz: Beautiful
  • Faiqa Imanina Share
    • Faiqa: Outstanding, awake
    • Imanina: Our faith
  • Fazia Farwizah Share
    • Fazia: Successful, victorious
    • Farwizah: Victorious, winner
  • Fadilah Saihah Share
    • Fadilah: Virtuous, outstanding, superior, cultured and refined
    • Saihah: Good, useful
  • Farwizah Inayah Share
    • Farwizah: Victorious, winner
    • Inayah: Concern; solicitude
  • Faizah Wahidah Share
    • Faizah: Victorious, winner
    • Wahidah: Beautiful
  • Fakeehah Qariah Share
    • Fakeehah: Pleasant, joyous
    • Qariah: Reader
  • Fahimah Syamaah Share
    • Fahimah: One who is intelligent
    • Syamaah: Candle
  • Fatima Aisyah Share
    • Fatima: Accustom; Daughter of the Prophet (pbuh)
    • Aisyah: Name of prophet Muhammad's (PBUH) wife
  • Fadhilah Intisar Share
    • Fadhilah: More glorious
    • Intisar: Success, conquer, triumph
  • Fatunah Aimuni Share
    • Fatunah: Wise, clever, smart
    • Aimuni: Blessed
  • Fairuz Khaira Share
    • Fairuz: Blue diamond
    • Khaira: Charitable, beneficent
  • Falilah Mahneera Share
    • Falilah: Praise, lucky
    • Mahneera: The first one born of a twin set
  • Fariha Halili Share
    • Fariha: Joyous
    • Halili: Divided
  • Falah Naazneen Share
    • Falah: Success
    • Naazneen: Pretty
  • Fatanah Dzariaah Share
    • Fatanah: Intelligent
    • Dzariaah: Road
  • Fauziah Hadiya Share
    • Fauziah: Successful, victorious
    • Hadiya: Guide to righteousness
  • Falisha Nazihah Share
    • Falisha: Joyous
    • Nazihah: Purity, righteousness, honesty
  • Fakhriyah Afiqah Share
    • Fakhriyah: Honorary
    • Afiqah: More glorious, honest
  • Farha Maisarah Share
    • Farha: Happiness
    • Maisarah: Easy, blessed, living well
  • Faaeqa Hafthah Share
    • Faaeqa: Outstanding, awake
    • Hafthah: Preserved, protected
  • Fityati Sukainah Share
    • Fityati: Maiden
    • Sukainah: Peace
  • Fathiah Rukan Share
    • Fathiah: Triumph
    • Rukan: Steady, confident
  • Fatina Fasihah Share
    • Fatina: Captivating, alluring, enchanting
    • Fasihah: Fluent
  • Fakhriah Ardini Share
    • Fakhriah: Honorary
    • Ardini: Loving wife
  • Fasihah Kausar Share
    • Fasihah: Fluent
    • Kausar: River in Paradise
  • Firdawsi Naimah Share
    • Firdawsi: Highest garden in Paradise
    • Naimah: Peace, calm
  • Fatnin Nadimah Share
    • Fatnin: Wise, clever, smart
    • Nadimah: Best friend
  • Faadhilah Aflah Share
    • Faadhilah: Glorious
    • Aflah: Praise, lucky
  • Fatma Intishar Share
    • Fatma: My giving
    • Intishar: Success, conquer, triumph


Boy's Name

  • Fattah Haytham Share
    • Fattah: Triumph
    • Haytham: Young hawk
  • Fadi Mutasim Share
    • Fadi: Redeemer
    • Mutasim: To faith, to God
  • Fathi Wahnan Share
    • Fathi: Triumph
    • Wahnan: Smooth, soft, fluent, flowing
  • Falak Naail Share
    • Falak: Star
    • Naail: Winner, go-getter, gracious
  • Fakhiri Hulawi Share
    • Fakhiri: Honorary
    • Hulawi: Sweet and attractive
  • Fawwaz Zakiy Share
    • Fawwaz: Successful, victorious
    • Zakiy: Intelligent, Pure
  • Fahri Asif Share
    • Fahri: Honorary
    • Asif: Forgiveness, describer
  • Faizin Ad-daruquthni Share
    • Faizin: Success
    • Ad-daruquthni: Narrators of hadiths
  • Falah Saifuddin Share
    • Falah: Success
    • Saifuddin: Sword of faith
  • Fatahul Khaldun Share
    • Fatahul: Triumph
    • Khaldun: Eternal
  • Farhan Hanif Share
    • Farhan: Joyous
    • Hanif: True believer
  • Faruq Muayyad Share
    • Faruq: One who distinguishes truth from falsehood
    • Muayyad: Supported
  • Fakih Amin Share
    • Fakih: Legal expert; one who recites the Quran
    • Amin: Faithful, trustworthy
  • Fayyadh Eisa Share
    • Fayyadh: Generous
    • Eisa: A Prophet's name
  • Firdawsi Kamarul Share
    • Firdawsi: Highest garden in Paradise
    • Kamarul: Moon
  • Faris Hariri Share
    • Faris: Horseman, knight
    • Hariri: Silky, divided
  • Fahd Dawani Share
    • Fahd: Lynx
    • Dawani: Divided
  • Fasih Raihan Share
    • Fasih: Fluent
    • Raihan: A flower in paradise
  • Faaeq Imad Share
    • Faaeq: Outstanding, awake
    • Imad: Support, pillar
  • Fidai Hasnun Share
    • Fidai: Redemption, sacrifice
    • Hasnun: Good
  • Farid Zahir Share
    • Farid: Unique, matchless, precious pearl or gem
    • Zahir: Bright, shining
  • Farooq Yaman Share
    • Farooq: One who distinguishes truth from falsehood
    • Yaman: Right and proper; blessed
  • Fadhil Nusrat Share
    • Fadhil: More glorious
    • Nusrat: Victory
  • Fakeeh Musa Share
    • Fakeeh: Pleasant
    • Musa: A Prophet's name
  • Firdaus Dhamir Share
    • Firdaus: Highest garden in Paradise
    • Dhamir: The slender
  • Faysal Saadi Share
    • Faysal: One who has strength.
    • Saadi: My happiness
  • Faisal Asim Share
    • Faisal: One who has strength.
    • Asim: Protector, defender
  • Faiq Fakhri Share
    • Faiq: Outstanding, awake
    • Fakhri: Honorary
  • Fuad Khan Share
    • Fuad: Heart
    • Khan: Leader
  • Farhat Qasim Share
    • Farhat: Joyous
    • Qasim: Divider, distributor



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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