Arabic Submitted Names
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
AAFIA f Urdu, Pakistani, Arabic, Muslim
From Arabic عافية (ʿāfiya)
meaning "health, well-being, freedom from illness", ultimately from عَفَا (ʿafā)
"to eliminate, to excuse, to desist".
AAFREEN f & m Arabic, Urdu, Tamil, Hindi
Variation of Afreen
. Afreen has many meanings including 'trustworthy' in Arabic, 'excellent' in Urdu, and 'lucky' in Tamil, as well as 'encouragement' in Turkish and in Finnish 'likeable.'... [more]
AAHIL m Arabic
Meaning "great king", "great leader", "emperor", "a king or ruler who presides over multiple nations and countries".
AAMEEN f & m Arabic
Aameen is an Arabic word meaning God accept. Not to be confused with the name Ameen
, which means Faithful or Trustworthy. This word has Hebrew and Catholic origins too such as the word Amen
AARIZ m Arabic
Aariz is a direct Quranic name for boys that means “rain-bearing cloud”. The word Aariz is used twice in the same verse in Quran 46:24.
AASHIQ m Arabic
Is the Arabic(sometimes Hindi) word for "lover" or "fancier".
AAYIZAH f Arabic
Arabic name meaning "Replacement, Something given to you in place of something you have lost".
ABATUR m Judeo-Christian Legend, Near Eastern Mythology, Arabic
Means literally, "father of the Uthre" in Mandaean, which translates roughly to "father of the angels," derived from aba
"father" combined with uthra
) "angel". In the Mandaean Gnostic cosmology, Abatur is "the third of four emanations from the supreme, unknowable deity", and the father of Ptahil
, the Mandaean demiurge.
ABD AL-MAJID m Arabic, Muslim
Composed of the Arabic elements عَبْد
) "servant, slave", اَلـ
) "the" and مجيد
) "glorious, exalted", meaning "servant of the glorious".
ABDALMASSIH m Arabic
This is an Arabic name only used by Christians, from the Arabic Abd
'of', and Masih
'messiah/Christ', meaning "servant of the Messiah", corresponding to the Greek given name Christodoulos
ABD-AL-RAHIM m Arabic
Means "servant of the compassionate" in Arabic (from 'abd al meaning "sevant of" and rahim meaning "kind, compassionate")
ABDUL-AHAD m Arabic
It is built from the Arabic words abd al
"servant of the" and ahad
"one". The name means "servant of the only one".
ABDUL-AZIM m Arabic
It is built from the Arabic words abd al
"servant of the" and azim
"Great" or "Magnificent". The name means "servant of the mighty". This is one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.
ABDUL BAQI m Arabic, Afghani, Muslim
Means "servant of the everlasting" from Arabic عبد ال ('abd al)
"servant of the" combined with باقي (bāqī)
"remaining, eternal, lasting".
ABDULWAHAB m Arabic
Means "servant of the all-giver", from Arabic عبد الو (ʿabd al)
meaning "servant of the" combined with وهاب (wahāb)
"giver, bestower" (see Wahab
ABDULWAHHAB m Arabic
Means"Servant of the Bestower" from Arabic عبد ال ('abd al) "servant of the" combined with وهاب (wahhab) "bestower".
ABDUL ZAHRA m Arabic
Means "servant of Zahra", from the Arabic عبد ال ('abd al)
meaning "servant of the" combined with Zahra
. This name is especially popular with Shia Muslims as it refers to Fatimah
, the daughter of the Prophet Muhammad
while it is strictly forbidden by Sunni Muslims.
ABDURRAHIM m Arabic
From Arabic 'Abd al Rahim
meaning "servant of the most merciful".
ABDUS SALAM m Arabic, Muslim
Means "servant of the all-peaceable" from Arabic عبد ال ('abd al)
"servant of the" and السلام ('as-Salām)
ABIR f & m Arabic, Hebrew, Bengali
Means "strong, mighty" in Hebrew (compare Adir
), derived from the root of אבר (ʿabar)
"to strive upward, mount, soar, fly" (allegedly the name also means "aroma"; cf. the feminine אבירית (Avirit)
"air, atmosphere, spirit").... [more]
ABOUDI m Arabic, Jewish
Variation of Abudi
. Meaning "all meaning servant of the Lord" or "devoted worshipper of God." When used in the Jewish culture, is transferred use of the surname Aboudi
ABRAR m & f Arabic
Meaning, "virtuous," "pious," or "good."
ABRISH f Arabic
Arabic feminine name meaning "Allah Ke Rehmat".
ABUBAKAR m Arabic, Chechen, Avar
Means "father of the camel's calf", derived from Arabic abun
"father" and Arabic bakr
"camel calf, young camel".
ADANE m & f Arabic
From Arabic `adana
meaning "to settle down (in a place or a country)".
ADHA f Arabic
Means "sacrifice" in Arabic. Also a part of the Muslim holiday, "Eid al-Adha," or the "Festival of Sacrifice"
ADLÈNE m Arabic (Maghrebi)
Derived from Arabic عَدَلَ (ʿadala)
meaning "to act justly" or "justice, fairness", therefore making it related to Adilet
AFNAN m & f Arabic
A Quranic name referring to "full spreading branches of trees" and "growth and progress"
AFRAH f Arabic
From Arabic فَرَح (faraḥ)
meaning "happiness, gladness, mirth, joy", related to Fariha
AFROZEH f Arabic
Arabic feminine name meaning "That which illuminates, Bringer of light".
AKIF m Arabic
A name referring to one who sits in iʿtikāf, which is an Islamic practice consisting of a period of staying in a mosque for a certain number of days
ALAA-EDDEEN m Arabic
Actually spelled "Ala'a Eddeen" (the system does not allow for apostrophes or spaces), this is another spelling of the English name "Aladdin."
AL-'ALA' m Arabic
Means "the exalted". Laqab
. This was the personal name of Abu Sa'd al-'Ala' ibn Sahl (c. 940–1000), a Muslim mathematician, physicist and optics engineer. Ibn Sahl is credited with first discovering the law of refraction, and used it to create anaclastic lenses.
ALAM m Arabic, Urdu
Alam also spelled Aalam is an Urdu name, originated from Arabic. Not to be confused with Alim, Alam means the universe or the whole world. It is used in Pakistan.
ALANOUD f Arabic
Means "the strong-willed" "the smart" "the popular" "the loved".
ALAWI m Arabic
Means "follower of Ali
". Also used commonly as a surname.
AL-HASAN m Arabic
Means "the handsome". Laqab
. This was the personal name of Alhazen, an Arab scientist who lived c. 965 - c. 1040 AD and is considered by some to be the first theoretical physicist.
AL-HUSAYN m Arabic
Means "the beautiful". Laqab
. This was the personal name of Avicenna, a famous physician in the medieval Islamic world.
ALIRAZA m Arabic
named after an important character in shia islam, Ali Al-Ridha
AL-MUNTASIR m Arabic
Derived from Arabic منتصر (muntasir)
meaning "victor". This is part of the title المنتصر بالله (al-Muntasir bi-llah)
meaning "He who triumphs in God", which was the regional title of Abu Ja'far Muhammad, an Abbasid Caliph in Baghdad.
AMAN f Arabic
It's an Arabic name which means "The feeling of safety and peace". Although the word is used constantly in everyday speech, using it as a name is not that common.
AMANULLAH m Arabic
Derived from Arabic aman
"trust, security" combined with Allah
AMINULLAH m Arabic
Means "truthful God", derived from Arabic amin
"truthful" combined with Allah
AMR m Arabic, Arabic (Egyptian)
Means "long-lived", derived from Arabic عَمَرَ (ʿamara)
meaning "to live long, to be long-lived". It is often mistaken for the name Umar
, though they are of distinct origins.
ANUAR m Arabic
Variant spelling of ANWAR. Occurs frequently in Malaysia and less often in Latin America, among other countries or regions.
ANWAAR f & m Arabic, Muslim
Means "radiant, lit with many lights". Non-Arabic Muslims use this name for both boys and girls, but Arabs typically use it on girls only. See Anwar
AQSA m & f Arabic
Means "farthest". The name of the third holiest site in Islam (al-Aqsa Mosque).
ARABIA f Arabic, History
The Arabian Peninsula, this was the name of the daughter of the Byzantine emperor, Justin II.
ASADULLAH m Arabic
Means "lion of God", derived from Arabic asad
"lion" combined with Allah
ASAL f Arabic, Urdu, Persian
Means "honey" in Persian, Urdu, and Arabic. From the Arabic عسل
ASFOUR m Arabic
Asfour is an Arabic name meaning "Bird", or Raas Asfour meaning "Head of a bird" known as a "Meatball".
ASHIQ ULLAH m Urdu (Modern), Arabic (Modern)
Ashiq is an arabic. Here ashiq means lover and Ullah is derived from the name of God(Allah) which is also an arabic world. so Ashiq Ullah means lover of God.
ASIYA f Arabic, Urdu, Pakistani, Indian (Muslim)
From Arabic أَسَى (ʾasā)
meaning "agony, sorrow, grief". In Islamic tradition, Asiya bint Muzahim was the wife of the Pharaoh who accepted monotheism after witnessing Moses
's) miracle in court.
ATHIR f Arabic
Arabic feminine name meaning "beloved, darling".
AYAH f Arabic, Muslim, English
Literally means "miracle" or "a sign from God". In the Quran (Islamic holy book), a verse is called an Ayah.
AYAT f Arabic
Feminine Arabic name meaning "signs", idiomatically referring to signs of the divine.
AYSER m Arabic
Means "easier, better off, living better".
AZAAN m Arabic
Meaning "announcement”, “call to prayer”, it refers to the call to prayer that’s recited five times a day at the mosque to let people know that prayers will be held soon.
AZIMULLAH m Arabic
It is built from the Arabic words azim
"Great" or "Magnificent" and allah
BAGHISHA f Arabic
Arabic name meaning "light rain", "light rain that only affects a small area".
BAHRADIN m Arabic (Rare)
Derived from Arabic Bahr al-Din
, which means "sea of religion", itself derived from Arabic بَحْر (bahr)
"sea, ocean" combined with Arabic دين (din)
BARKATULLAH m Arabic
It is built from the Arabic words barakat
"blessings" and allah