Nasrullahنصر اللہmArabic, Urdu, Indonesian, Malay Means "victory of Allah" from Arabic نصر (nasr) meaning "victory, triumph" combined with الله (Allah). Known bearers of this name include the Afghan crown prince Nasrullah Khan (1874–1920) and the Pakistani politician Nasrullah Khan Khattak (1923-2009).
Nusratنصرتf & mUrdu, Bengali, Persian Derived from Arabic نَصْر (naṣr) meaning "victory, triumph" or نَصَرَ (naṣara) meaning "to help, to assist". It is a unisex name in Pakistan and Iran while it is solely feminine in Bangladesh.
QandeelfPakistani (Modern) Qandeel was the name of the late Qandeel Baloch, the outspoken Pakistani actress and model who used social media to portray women as being autonomous and having the same rights as men. She also criticised the hypocracy of the laws and attitudes of Pakistanis... [more]
QuratulainfArabic, Pakistani From Arabic قرة العين, variously transcribed as Qurat-ul-Ain or Qurratu'l-`Ayn, meaning "solace, consolation of the eyes" (sometimes "coolness of the eyes"). This was a title of Fátimih Baraghání, a 19th-century poet and theologian of the Bábí religion in Iran who has been described as "the first women's suffrage martyr".... [more]
QurbanقربانmUrdu, Afghani, Azerbaijani, Uyghur From Arabic قُرْبَان (qurbān) meaning "sacrifice, gift (to God)". This is another name for the Islamic holiday Eid al-Adha, which features the ritual sacrifice of an animal.
RawalراولmUrdu The name Rawal is a Muslim Boys name. Urdu name dictionary suggests that Rawal name meaning in Urdu is سپاہی, and it belongs to اردو، ہندی origin. The lucky number of Rawal is 9, and lucky days are Wednesday, Friday... [more]
RozaروزہfPersian, Urdu The Persian word meaning "fast, fasting". Used as another term for the Arabic "Saum" meaning "fasting", which is one of the Five Pillars of Islam.
RozahروزہfPersian, Urdu The Arabic term "Saum" meaning "fasting", which is one of the Five Pillars of Islam, is also known as Rozah by Persian and Urdu speakers so Rozah means fasting (referring to especially in the Islamic month of Ramadan).
Sameeسمیع, سمیm & fUrdu, English (Rare) As an Urdu masculine name, means "one who hears." It is a convention to use either a prefix Abdus or a suffix Ullah along the name, which gives meanings of the servant of All Hearing or hearer of God respectively.... [more]
SamimaصميمةfUrdu Means "true, sincere, genuine" in Urdu.
Saminثمینm & fIndonesian, Persian, Bengali, Urdu Derived from Arabic ثمين (thamin) meaning "valuable, precious". It is a unisex name in Iran, Bangladesh and Pakistan while it is solely masculine in Indonesia.
Sanobarصنوبرf & mUzbek, Tajik, Urdu Derived from Arabic صنوبر (sanawbar) meaning "pine tree". It is solely used as a feminine name in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan while it is unisex in Pakistan.
SanoberصنوبرfUrdu Means "pine" or "pine tree" in Urdu, ultimately from Arabic صَنَوْبَر (ṣanawbar).
SanodiaصنودیہfUrdu Sanodia means "Queen of Heaven" & "Blessing of Allah".Its an urdu arabic name which is unique in its pronunciation.it was used in ancient time & having very old history in muslims women.now it is very rarly using name in current erra.but it is intresting name as everyone like it.
ShamshermPunjabi Name Shamsher generally means Brave like a lion or a sword which is sharp as nail of loin. It is of Indian origin, Name Shamsher is a Masculine (or Boy) name. Person with name Shamsher are mainly Sikh by religion.
ShanmIndian, Pakistani Shan is an Indian name meaning "pride" or "prestige". It comes from the Sanskrit name Shaan.
ShinomPashto From the Pashto word "shīn" (cyan, a kind of green), refering to a child with cyan-coloured eyes, a distinguishing feature of the ancient nomads of Central Asia (incl. the Scythians, Tocharians, Huns, Ashina etc.).
SidraسدرہfPakistani From the Arabic name of a type of tree, known as the lote tree (or "lotus tree") in English, which is given in reference to an Islamic symbol of the upper limit of heaven. When the prophet Muhammad ascended to Paradise, saw at the end of the seventh, highest heaven a lote tree, marking the place "beyond which neither prophets nor angels may pass" (only Allah), which he called سدرة المنتهى (sidra-tul-muntaha) "lote tree of the utmost boundary, of the last frontier".