Beautiful Islamic Names

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Ayesha Aaliya

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Ayesha
Name of prophet Muhammad's (PBUH) wife
Aaliya
The highest, greatest, excellent, noble
 
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Abdul Shakur
Servant of The Most Thankful
Afsheen
Shining like a star
Aish
Life
Aishah
Name of prophet Muhammad's (PBUH) wife
Alisha
Protected by God
Aqashah
Confident
Arisha
Highness
Arshiya
Divine
Ashraf
Most honorable, more noble
Ayyash
Long lived, one who has a good life
Bashaair
Good Omen
Bashasha
Happiness
Basheera
Bringer of good tidings, joy
Bashirah
Bringer of good tidings, joy
Bushra
Good Omen
Danish
Knowledgable, wise
Delisha
Happy and make others happy
Eshal
The name of flower in the heaven
Eshan
Blessed
Falisha
Joyous
Fashahah
Fluent
Hashim
Generous
Hashinah
A powerful fortress
Hasyash
Soft
Hisham
Generosity
Intishar
Success, conquer, triumph
Ishak
A Prophet's name
Ishaq
A Prophet's name
Itisham
Keep away from immoral acts
Lashira
Smart
Mishal
Light
Mushthafa
Chosen one
Mysha
Joyous throughout life
Nashida
Student
Nashita
Energetic, full of life
Nashwa
Fragrance, perfume, that which intoxicates
Raisha
Princess
Rasha
Young gazelle
Rashad
Integrity of conduct
Rasheeda
Wise, mature
Rashid
One of good council; rightly guided, having true faith
Shaba
Youth
Shabab
Youth
Shabana
Famous
Shadha
Aromatic
Shadi
Singer
Shadiya
Sing
Shadiyah
Singer
Shafhah
Forgiving
Shafiq
Compassionate, tender
Aalam
World
Aali
The highest, greatest, excellent, noble
Aamal
Hopes
Aamilah
Doer of (good) deeds, Righteous
Aamily
Doer of (good) deeds, Righteous
Abdel
Servant of Allah
Abdul
Servant of Allah
Abdul Aliyy
Servant of the Most High/Supreme
Abdul Alyan
Servant of the Most High/Supreme
Abdul Azim
Servant of the Most High
Abdul Aziz
Servant of The Most Victorious
Abdul Baqi
Servant of The Everlasting One
Abdul Bari
Servant of The Maker of Order
Abdul Basit
Servant of the Extender
Abdul Fattah
Servant of the Opener of the gates of sustenance
Abdul Ghaffar
Servant of the Forgiver
Abdul Ghafur
Servant of the Forgiving
Abdul Ghani
Servant of the Forgiver
Abdul Hadi
Servant of The Guide
Abdul Hafiz
Servant of The Preserver
Abdul Hak
Servant of the Truth
Abdul Hakam
Servant of The Most Judge
Abdul Hakim
Servant of The Perfectly Wise
Abdul Halim
Servant of The Forbearing
Abdul Hamid
Servant of The Most Praised
Abdul Hanan
Servant of The Most Loving
Abdul Haqq
Servant of the Truth
Abdul Hasib
Servant of the Accounter
Abdul Hayy
Servant of The Ever Living
Abdul Ilah
Servant of Allah
Abdul Jabbar
Servant of The Most Compeller
Abdul Jalil
Servant of The Most Mighty
Abdul Jawad
Servant of The Most Generous
Abdul Karim
Servant of The Most Generous
Abdul Khaliq
Servant of The Most Creator
Abdul Latif
Servant of The Most Subtle
Abdul Majid
Servant of The Most Majestic
Abdul Malik
Servant of The Master or King
Abdul Mannan
Servant of The Blesser
Abdul Matin
Servant of The Most Firm, Strong
Abdul Muhaimin
Servant of The Most Guardian
Abdul Muizz
Servant of The Giver of Might and Glory
Abdul Mujib
Servant of The Responder
Abdul Muniim
Servant of The Blesser
Abdul Mutaal
Servant of The Most High
Abdul Nasir
Servant of The Most Victorious
Abdul Qadir
Servant of The Most Capable, Powerful
Abdul Qahar
Servant of The Subduer, the Almighty
Abdul Qahhar
Servant of The Subduer, the Almighty
Abdul Qayyum
Servant of The The Self-Existing
 

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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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