are used in Pakistan and India.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
AAFIA عافیہ f Arabic, Urdu
Means "health, well-being, freedom from illness" in Arabic.
AAIMA f Urdu
Aaima is a Muslim Girl name which originates from the Urdu language.Acording to Numerology Predictions, lucky number for Aaima is 4. Aaima name meaning in english are Leader, Ruler.... [more
AAINA آئینہ f Urdu, Indian, Hindi
Derived from Urdu آئینہ (ā'īnā)
or Hindi आईना (āīnā)
both meaning "mirror", ultimately from Persian آئینه (â’ine)
AFTAB آفتاب m Urdu, Bengali
From Persian آفتاب (âftâb)
meaning "sunshine, sunlight".
AHAD احد m Arabic, Persian, Bengali, Urdu, Azerbaijani
Means "one, unique, matchless" in Arabic. In Islamic tradition الأحد (al-Ahad)
is one of the 99 names of Allah. This name is also used as an alternate transcription of Azerbaijani ƏHƏD
AJMAL اجمل m Arabic, Urdu, Indian (Muslim)
From Arabic أَجْمَل (ʾajmal)
meaning "most beautiful, prettiest", the elative degree of جَمِيل (jamīl)
"beautiful, handsome" (see JAMIL
AKIF عاکف m Arabic, Turkish, Azerbaijani, Urdu
Means "one who stays at the mosque" from Arabic اعتكاف (iʿtikāf)
referring to the practise of staying in a mosque for a period of time to worship.
ALTAF ألطاف m & f Arabic, Urdu, Bengali
Means "kinder, nicer, lovelier" in Arabic. It is used as a feminine name in Arabic-speaking countries while it is primarily masculine in Pakistan and Bangladesh.
ANWAAR انوار f & m Arabic, Urdu
Means "lights" in Arabic, the plural of نُور (nūr)
meaning "light". It is used as a masculine name in Pakistan while it is typically feminine in Arabic-speaking countries.
AQSA اقصٰی f & m Arabic, Urdu
Means "farthest, most distant" in Arabic.
ARAS m Kurdish, Persian, Turkish, Urdu
In Kurdish and Persian it means “equal”, “balanced”. The word Aras commonly refers to the Aras River, which flows through Turkey, Armenia, Iran and Azerbaijan.
ARIB أريب m Arabic, Urdu
Means "brilliant, clever, intelligent" in Arabic and Urdu.
ARSAL ارسل m & f Arabic, Urdu, Indonesian, Turkish
Means "he (who) was sent", derived from Arabic أَرْسَلَ (ʾarsala)
"to send". It is also a feminine name in Turkey.
ASHAR اشعر m Indonesian, Urdu, Malay
Possibly from Arabic أشعر ('ash'ara)
meaning "alarm, alert, notify" or أشار ('ashar)
meaning "observe, advise".
ASRAR اسرار m & f Arabic, Urdu
Derived from أسرار (asrar)
, which is the plural of the Arabic noun سر (sirr)
meaning "secret, mystery". In Iran, this is also the name of a daily newspaper.... [more
AYAN میں m Urdu, Persian, Tamil, Sanskrit, Hindi, Turkish
Persian and Urdu meaning is prima-facie. Hindi and Tamil usage is from 'Ayan' the name of Brahma, the Creator. Ayan' in Turkish, means "obviously" or "clearly". Ayan in Sanskrit means 'Speed'.
AYATULLAH m Arabic, Urdu
Derived from the same root as the Persian religious title of آیتالله (Ayatollah)
, which originated from a term in passage 51:20–21 of the Quran. It was not commonly used as a title until the early 20th century... [more
AZAM اعظم m & f Arabic, Persian, Urdu, Malay
Means "greater, greatest" in Arabic. It is more often used as a feminine name in Iran.
AZAN اذان m Malay, Indonesian, Urdu
Derived from Arabic أَذَان (ʾadhan)
which refers to the Islamic call to prayer, called adhan
. The word itself is derived from أَذِنَ (ʾaḏina)
"to listen" or أُذُن (ʾuḏun)
AZIMULLAH عظیم اللہ m Arabic, Urdu
Means "magnificence of ALLAH
", from Arabic عَظِيم (ʿaẓīm)
meaning "magnificence, grandiose" and الله (Allah)
AZMAT عظمت m Arabic, Urdu
Means "greatness, might, importance" in Arabic, from the root عظم ('azuma)
meaning "to be great".
BAKHT بخت m & f Urdu, Pashto
Derived from Persian بخت (baxt)
meaning "fortune, prosperity, luck".
BAPSI بپسی f Indian, Urdu, Persian
Meaning unknown. Bapsi Sidhwa is a Pakistani American novelist of Gujarati Parsi descent
BASHIR بشیر m Arabic, Urdu
Means "bringer of good news" from Arabic بَشَّرَ (baššara)
"to bring good news".
BENAZIR بینظیر f & m Urdu, Bengali
From Persian بینظیر (bi-nazir)
meaning "incomparable, matchless". It is used as a feminine name in Pakistan while it is typically masculine in Bangladesh. A famous bearer was Benazir Bhutto (1953-2007), the first female prime minister of Pakistan.
BISMILLAH بسم اللہ m Arabic, Urdu, Pashto
From the Arabic phrase بِسْمِ ٱللّٰه (bi-smi llāh)
meaning "in the name of God (Allah)", from اِسْم (ism)
"name" combined with اللّٰه (allāh)
CHENAB m & f Urdu, Punjabi, Hindi, Sanskrit
From Chenab river in Pakistan. The name stands for "river in the moonlight". This name originated from old Indus civilization.
DARSAMEEN درثمين f Urdu (Rare)
Possibly means "pearl of great price" from Arabic دُرّ (durr)
"pearl" (compare DURR
) and ثَمِين (ṯamīn)
"valuable, precious" (compare SAMEEN
DILAWAR دلاور m Urdu
From Persian دلاور (delâvar)
meaning "brave, courageous", derived from دل (del)
meaning "heart" and آور (âvar)
meaning "bringing, giving".
DILNAZ دلناز f & m Kazakh, Urdu
Derived from Persian دل (del)
meaning "heart" and ناز (naz)
meaning "delight, comfort, coquetry, affectation". It is solely used as a feminine name in Kazakhstan while it is occasionally masculine in South Asia.
EDHI ایدھی m Urdu
Possibly related to Arabic عِيْدِيّ (eidi) which means giving a gift, commonly money, in the Islamic holiday Eid.... [more
EIRAM f Urdu
Variation of the Arabic IRAM
, meaning “garden in Heaven”
FALAK فلک f & m Urdu, Punjabi, Indian
Perhaps derived from Sanskrit फलक (phalak)
meaning "panel, board, canvas" or "slab, face" or from Persian فلک (falak)
meaning "sky, heavens".
GINA جينا f Urdu
Means "princess" in Urdu.
GULJAAN پھولجان f Uzbek, Urdu, Korean
In Uzbek and Urdu, it is taken from gul meaning "flower" and jaan meaning "life". In Korean, 굴잔 (guljan) means "oyster".
HAMMAD حماد m Urdu, Arabic
Derived from Arabic حَمِيد (ḥamīd)
HASNAT حسنات m Bengali, Urdu
Derived from Arabic حَسَنَات (ḥasanāt)
meaning "good deeds, benefactions", though it could also be from حَسَن (ḥasan)
"beautiful, handsome, good" (see HASAN
HINA حنا f Urdu, 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.
HIYA حاِیآ f Hindi, Urdu
Meaning "Heart Full of Happiness and Joy".
HUMAYUN ہمایوں m Bengali (Muslim), Urdu
Derived from Persian همایون (homâyun)
meaning "blessed, sacred, fortunate". This was the nickname of Nasir-ud-Din Muhammad, a 16th-century Mughal emperor.
IBADULLAH عباد اللہ m Arabic, 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
IFFAT عفت f Arabic, 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).
IFTIKHAR افتخار m & f Arabic, Urdu
Means "pride, vanity, haughtiness" in Arabic. It is sometimes used as a feminine name in Arabic-speaking countries while it is solely masculine in Pakistan.
IJAZ اعجاز m Urdu
From Arabic إِعْجَاز (ʾiʿjāz)
meaning "miracle, inimitability". In Islam this term refers to the miraculous quality of the Qur'an.
INQUILAAB m Indian, 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.
IRFANULLAH عرفان اللہ m Arabic, 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
ISHTIAQ اشتیاق m Urdu
From Persian اشتیاق (eshtiâq)
meaning "longing, desire".
JHELUM m Pakistani, 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.
KAINAAT f Arabic, 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”.
KAUSAR کوثر f & m Arabic, 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.
KHUSHAL خوشحال m Pashto, 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.
LAIQ لائق m Urdu
From Arabic لَائِق (lāʾiq)
meaning "proper, suitable, fitting".
LIAQAT لیاقت m Urdu
From Arabic لِيَاقَة (liyāqa)
meaning "aptitude, eligibility, capability".
LUQMAN لقمان m Arabic, 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
MEHREEN مہرین f Urdu
Either from Urdu مہر (mihir)
meaning "moon" (of Sanskrit origin) or مہر (mihr)
meaning "kindness, compassion, love" (of Persian origin).
MODEERA مُدِیرا f Arabic (Archaic), Urdu (Archaic)
Origin possibly from the arabic word 'Modeer' (masculine) which means "editor/manager". Possible meanings could be "efficient", "methodical"
MUBARAK مبارک m & f Arabic, Urdu
Means "blessed, fortunate, lucky" in Arabic. It is solely used as a masculine name in Arabic-speaking countries while it is sometimes feminine in South Asia.
MUHIBULLAH محب اللہ m Arabic, Urdu
Derived from the Arabic noun محب (muhibb)
meaning "friend, lover" combined with the Arabic noun الله (Allah)
meaning "God" (see ALLAH
MUJAHID مجاہد m Arabic, Urdu, Malay
Means "toiler, labourer" from Arabic جَاهَدَ (jāhada)
meaning "to labour, to fight".
MUSARRAT مسرت f & m Urdu
From Persian مسرت (musarat)
meaning "joy, delight, pleasure".
MUSHARRAF مشرف m Urdu, Arabic
Derived from Arabic مُشْرِف (mušrif)
meaning "supervisor, overseer" or "honourable, dominant".
MUSLIM مسلم m Arabic, Indonesian, Chechen, Ingush, Kazakh, Malay, Avar, Lezgin, Urdu
Name for a follower of Islam
, ultimately from Arabic أسلم (aslama)
meaning "to surrender, to submit".
NASHAT m & f Urdu
The name Nashat means “liveliness” and “vigour” and “happiness” and possibly “originated”.
NASRULLAH نصر اللہ m Arabic, 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).
NIGHAT نگہت f Urdu
From Persian نگاه (negâh)
meaning "look, gaze, sight".
NUSRAT نصرت f & m Urdu, 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.
QURBAN قربان m Urdu, 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.
RAMZAN رمضان m Chechen, Urdu
Chechen and Urdu form of RAMADAN
. A notable bearer is Ramzan Kadyrov (1976-), the current head of the Chechen Republic.
RAWAL راول m Urdu
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
ROZA روزہ f Persian, 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.
ROZAH روزہ f Persian, 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).