HimavarifPakistani, Japanese From old Indus civilization. The meaning of the name is snow stream or frozen plants. Later it has been mentioned in Riga Veda as another name of Goddess of Saraswati who is Goddess of speech. Lexicographers like Hemchandra and Halayudh have also used Vari in their writings in which Vari is another name of Chaaya (छाय), wife of God Sun... [more]
HinaحناfUrdu, Punjabi, Indian (Muslim) Derived from the Arabic حناء (ḥinnāʾ), which refers to a dye taken from the Lawsonia inermis plant (called "henna" in English). In South Asian and Middle Eastern culture, it was traditionally used for body art and dying.
HirafPakistani, Arabic, Turkish From the name of a cave where Mohammed according to Islamic tradition received his first revelations.
Ibadullahعباد اللہmArabic, Urdu The first element of this name is derived from Arabic عباد ('ibad), which is the plural of the noun عبد ('abd) meaning "servant, slave". The second element is derived from the Arabic noun الله (Allah) meaning "God" (see Allah)... [more]
IffatعفتfArabic, Urdu, Bengali (Muslim) From Arabic عَفَا (ʿafā) meaning "to forgive, to excuse". A notable bearer was Iffat Al-Thunayan (1916–2000), a queen of Saudi Arabia and the wife of King Faisal Al Saud (1906–1975).
InquilaabmIndian, Hindi, Urdu Inspired by the Hindi-Urdu phrase "Inquilab Zindabad!", meaning "Long Live The Revolution!". A famous bearer is Indian actor Amitabh Bachchan (1942-), Who was born Inquilaab Srivastava.
Irfanullahعرفان اللہmArabic, Urdu Derived from the Arabic noun عرفان (irfan) meaning "knowledge, awareness, learning" (see Irfan) combined with the Arabic noun الله (Allah) meaning "God" (see Allah).... [more]
JhelummPakistani, Indus, Urdu The word Jhelum is reportedly derived from the words Jal(pure water) and Ham (snow). The name thus refers to the waters of a river (flowing besides the city) which have their origins in the snow-capped Himalayas.
KainaatfArabic, Urdu, Persian Means "all-beings; universe" in Arabic, Urdu and Persian. It is the plural of كَائن (kâ'in) meaning "being" coming from the Arabic root ك و ن (k-w-n) meaning “to be; to exist in a place”.
Kausarکوثرf & mArabic, Urdu, Bengali, Indonesian, Kazakh Arabic alternate transcription of Kawthar as well as the Urdu, Bengali, Indonesian and Kazakh form. It is solely used as a feminine name in Arabic-speaking countries and Kazakhstan while it is unisex in South Asia and masculine in Indonesia.
KhurramخرمmArabic, Pakistani Meanings "delightful" in Persian. It's popularity in Pakistan is likely due to the Urdu saying Khush o Khurram (خوش و خرم) which suggests "glad, joyous".
KhushalخوشحالmPashto, Urdu, Indian, Marathi, Hindi Derived from Persian خوشحال (xošhâl) meaning "happy, merry". Alternatively, it could also be a variant of Kushal. It is most likely given in honour of Khushal Khan Khattak (1613-1689), a Pashtun poet and freedom fighter.
LuqmanلقمانmArabic, Malay, Urdu, Indonesian From the name of the 31st chapter (surah) of the Qur'an, named after a figure who is mentioned several times in Islamic scripture. The meaning of his name is not known; it has been suggested to mean "wise" (possibly in reference to his status as a wise man and sage), though it may actually have Sanskrit roots with a similar origin to the names Lakshmana or Lakshmi.
MirwaismPashto Possibly means "noble ruler", derived from Persian میر (mir) meaning "leader, ruler, headman" possibly combined with Arabic أُوَيْس (ʾawais) meaning "little wolf". This was the name of an 18th-century Pashtun tribal chief who founded the Hotak dynasty of Afghanistan.