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All Muslim Baby Names | Complete Listing | 6289 Names | Page 74

This list includes Muslim baby names from the Quran and other sources. All the names are verified and acceptable for Muslim children. Pink names are for girls, blue for boys, and green for both girls and boys.
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Yamam

Arabic for "dove", "ringneck dove". Read more

Yaqeena

Arabic for "certain", "without doubt". Read more

Yaqeen

Arabic and Persian for "certainty", "lack of doubt". Read more

Yaquta

Arabic for "ruby stone", "ruby gem", i.e. a single piece of ruby. Read more

Yaqoot

Arabic for "ruby" (the precious stone). Read more

Yara

Persian for "power", "capability", "courage". Read more

Yar

Persian for "friend", "companion". Synonym of Yawer. Read more
Added on March 10, 2014

Yaroq

Turkish for "white", "brilliant". Read more

Raseena

Arabic for "firmly in place", "deep rooted", "stable", "upstanding". Read more

Raseen

Arabic for "firmly in place", "deep rooted", "stable", "upstanding". Read more

Yaseera

Arabic for "easy", "blessed", "living well". Read more

Yaseer

Arabic for "easy", "blessed", "in an easy life", "living well". Read more

Yasaman

Persian for jasmine. Synonym of Yasmin. Read more

Yasmoon

Persian for jasmine. Synonym of Yasmin. Read more

Yasma

Persian and Arabic for the jasmine flower. Singular form of Yasm, which itself is the singular form of Yasmin (in Arabic we have singulars of singulars and plurals of plurals). Read more

Yasm

Persian and Arabic for the jasmine flower. Singular form of Yasmin. Read more

Yasmina

Persian and Arabic for the jasmine flower. In Persian it also means "like jasmine". Read more

Yawer

Persian for "friend", "companion". Read more

Yasmin

Persian and Arabic for the jasmine flower. Read more

Yasaal

Persian for "wreath" or "garland", a crown or necklace made of flowers and worn at festivities. Read more

Yusma

Colloquial Persian for "beautiful", "beloved", "coquettish". Read more

Zibriqan

Arabic for "moon", "crescent". Read more

Zabira

Arabic for "with great knowledge", "extremely wise". Read more

Zaboor

Arabic for "lion", "like a lion". Read more

Zabreen

Persian for "highest", "most sublime". Read more

Zaada

Arabic for "prosperous", "increasing in goodness". Read more

Zaghlula

Arabic for "baby pigeon". Read more

Zaghlul

Arabic for "baby pigeon". Read more

Zahabia

Arabic for "golden", "made of gold". Read more

Zahanat

Arabic for "intelligence", "sharpness of mind". Read more

Zaheera

Arabic for "radiant", "brilliant". Read more

Zaheer

Arabic for "blossomed", "glowing", "full of life". Read more

Zahira

Arabic for "glowing", "rosy", "bright", "bright star". Read more

Zahia

Arabic for "brilliant", "glowing". Read more

Zahi

Arabic for "brilliant", "glowing". Read more

Zaheena

Arabic for "intelligent", "intellectual", "deep-thinker". Read more

Zaheen

Arabic for "intelligent", "intellectual", "deep-thinking". Read more

Zahwah

Arabic for  "beauty", "freshness", "vista", "beautiful sight", "fresh and radiant young plant/sapling". Read more

Zeeb

Persian for "beauty", "elegance". Read more

Zaighama

Arabic for "lioness". Read more

Zaigham

Arabic for "lion". Read more

Zaituna

Arabic for "olive", both the olive tree and the olive fruit. Read more

Zaitun

Arabic for "olive", both the olive tree and the fruit of the olive tree. Read more

Zakaa

Arabic for "intelligence", "cleverness". Read more

Zakawat

Persian for "intelligence", "sharp-mindedness", from Arabic roots. Read more

Zakhira

Arabic for "rich", whether in wealth or in knowledge and wisdom. Read more

Zaakher

Arabic for "rich", whether in wealth or in knowledge and wisdom. Read more

Zaal

Name of the father of Rustam, the Persian mythical hero in the Shahnameh. Its meaning is "old man with white hair", he was named such because he was born with white hair (according to the story). Read more
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Zilal

Arabic for "shade". Read more

Zaleeq

Arabic for "eloquent". Read more

Zamaair

Arabic for "hearts", "minds", "consciences". Read more

Zamaan

Arabic for "time", "age", "era". Read more

Zamin

Arabic for "surety", "guarantor". Read more

Zamira

ِArabic for "lean", "fit", "slender". Read more

Zar

Zar is a Persian, Turkish and Kurdish name for girls that means "gold". Read more

Zargul

Persian for "golden flower", from Zar ("gold", "golden") and gul ("flower"). Read more

Zaraafat

Arabic for "intelligence", "cleverness", "talent". Read more

Zarafshan

Zarafshan is a Persian name for girls that means  "spreader of gold", "spreader of good things". It is made up of the words Zar ("gold") and afshan ("spreader", "distributor"). Read more

Adawiyah

Arabic for a type of plant or shrub that appears in the summer. It is unclear what exactly this plant is. Read more

Abu Firas

Arabic for "lion". Read more

Ablagh

Arabic for "most mature",  "most eloquent". Read more

Bahraa

Arabic for "most brilliant", "most lucid", "most renowned". Read more

Bahira

Bahira is an Arabic name for girls that means "brilliant", "lucid", "renowned". Read more

Bahir

Bahir is an Arabic name for boys that means for "brilliant", "lucid", "renowned". Read more

Abhar

Arabic for "most brilliant", "most lucid", "most renowned". Read more

Abaal

Arabic for "wild rose". Read more

Ababil

Arabic for "flocks", "crowds", "bundles", "groups". Read more

Muhtashim

Arabic for "virtuous", "modest", "chaste". Read more

Aleefa

Aleefa is an indirect Quranic name for girls that means "kind", "compassionate", "friendly". It is derived from the A-L-F root which is used in many places in the Quran. Read more

Majeed

Arabic for "glorious", "praiseworthy", "exalted". Read more
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