Beautiful Islamic Names

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Siti Noor Faridah

Faridah
Unique, matchless, precious pearl or gem
Noor
Light
 
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Omera
One who posses an inspiring and great personality, enjoys having a positive attitude.
Sabit
Generous
Sadaqat
Charity
Salamat
Safe, whole, flawless
Syafiatunnisa
The woman who adorns the heart
Syaidatul
Happiness
Syarafat
Purity, modesty
Naadhirah
Precious
Nadeera
Precious, unique
Nadhir
Precious
Nadhira
Precious
Nadir
Precious
Nadirah
Precious, unique
Nailufar
Lotus, water lily
Naira
Bright, shine
Najjar
Carpenter
Narina
Rosy, fresh, passionate (Persian)
Nasari
Victorious, winner
Nasir
Protector
Nasira
Victorious, helper
Nasiruddin
Protector of faith
Nasrat
Victorious, winner
Nasri
Protector
Nasser
Protector, victorious
Natrah
Happy
Naura
Flower
Naurah
Flower
Nawar
Flower
Nawira
Flower fortress
Nazir
Like, equal, matching
Nazirah
Like, equal, matching
Nazurah
King, leader
Neelophar
A blue lotus flower
Nilofar
Lotus, water lily
Nimrah
Purity
Nisrin
Rose fragrant
Nisrina
White rose
Noori
Shining, brightness
Nudhar
Gold
Numair
Panther
Nur
Light
Nuraini
Luminous
Nurani
Luminous
Nuri
Shining, brightness
Nuriya
Shining, brightness
Nuruddin
Light of faith
Nuryn
Shining, brightness
Nusrat
Victory
Nusrati
Victory
Karida
Untouched
 

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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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