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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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Added on March 9, 2014

Ajaar

Arabic for "rewards". Read more

Iqbal

Iqbal is an Arabic name for boys that means "becoming successful", "facing problems bravely and getting things done". Iqbal is the name of a famous Urdu language poet whose full name is ... Read more

Marzooq

Marzooq is an Arabic boy name that means "one who has been given provision/good things/talents". Read more

Mazin

Arabic for "rain-bearing cloud". Read more

Marwan

Marwan is a common historic Arabic name without a clear meaning. Some sources say it refers to a tree that has a good scent, or to a white stone used for igniting fires. Read more

Abda

Arabic for "strength", "power", and the name of a brave warrior from Islamic history (Abda bin Yazid bin Amr). Even though this name ends with an "a" which would make it sound like a girl's ... Read more

Abdiya

Arabic for "servant", "slave", as in "servant of Allah". It is the attributive form of Abd (servant/slave). This is a very rare name and it is not used by Arabs. We do not recommend using this ... Read more

Kifah

Arabic for "struggle", especially good and major struggles, such as a nation's struggle for freedom from a tyrant. Read more

Maya

Maya (مايا) is an Avestan (an ancient Persian language) name that means "graciousness", "gracious nature". Since this is a good meaning, Muslims can use it. Maya can also be the name of a ... Read more

Aysar

Arabic for "easier", "better off", "living better". It is the male version of the girl name Yusra. Read more

Yumnah

Arabic for "blessed", "blessings", "in the grace of God". Read more

Aaraf

Arabic for "heights". It is also the name of a chapter of the Quran. Read more

Shamra

Arabic for "fennel", which is an aromatic plant that was originally found in the Mediterranean area and is used in cooking. Read more

Takreem

Arabic for "to honor", "to respect", "to treat with grace". Read more

Tamanna

Arabic for "wish", "hope". Read more

Rafaat

Arabic for "height", "greatness", "glory". Read more

Shahbaz

Shahbaz is a Farsi and Urdu name for boys that refers to a type of eagle, the Eastern Imperial Eagle. It is short for Shah baz, Shah means king and baz means eagle, so the literal meaning ... Read more

Jubair

Arabic for "mender", "unbreaker", one who fixes and improves the world. It is the diminutive form of Jabir. Read more

Janina

Janina means "garden", a variant of Junaina. Janina also refers to a type of silk chador. Read more
Added on March 8, 2014

Minna

Arabic for "gift", "good and kind deed", "charity". The name is usually used with the meaning of "gift from Allah". Read more

Junaina

Arabic for "little garden", "little Paradise", diminutive form of Jannah ("garden", "Paradise"). Read more

Arshiya

Arabic for "belonging to a throne", "worthy of a throne". Read more

Arshi

Arabic for "belonging to a throne", "worthy of a throne". Read more

Ahdia

Ahdia is an Arabic and Persian name that means "woman who keeps her promises". It is formed from Ahd ("promise") and the attributive suffix -iyyah, which can be shortened to -ia. Read more

Shanaz

Shanaz is the Kurdish variant of the Persian name Shahnaz and means "beautiful", "loved", "like a princess". Read more

Shahnaz

Persian for "bride", "princess", "beautiful", formed from Shah ("king", "best") and naz ("pride", "gentleness", "coquetry"). Read more

Amri

Arabic for "one who enlivens a place", "one who lives a long live". It is  the attribute noun of Aamer. Amri also means "one belongs to the Aamer tribe", which is the name of various Arabian ... Read more

Aana

Arabic for "moments", "hours of the night". Read more

Ana

Arabic for "reaching full maturity". Read more
Added on February 24, 2014

Zameer

Arabic for "conscience", "heart", "mind", "innermost self". Read more

Shamir

Shamir or Shameer is a Hebrew name for boys that means "flint stone" according to many websites. According to the Persian dictionary Qamoos e Ketab e Muqaddas, which is more trustworthy than ... Read more
Added on February 18, 2014

Haziqa

Arabic for "brilliant", "skillful", "excellent". Read more

Haziq

Arabic for "brilliant", "skillful", "excellent". Read more

Sidratul Muntaha

Sidratul Muntaha means "Cedar of the Furthest Point", "Lote Tree of the Utmost Boundary", which refers to a great tree in the seventh heaven mentioned in the Quran: 13. And he [the Prophet] ... Read more

Zaryan

Urdu for "one who finds gold". It can also be a variant of the Kurdish name Zryan. Read more

Zryan

Kurdish for "storm". Read more

Sareem

Arabic for "firm decision", "resolution", "firmness of resolve". Read more

Sareema

Arabic for "firm decision", "resolution", "firmness of resolve". Read more

Sarima

Arabic for "resolute", "strong-willed", "decisive". Read more

Riaz

Riaz is an Arabic name for boys that means "land with beautiful grass and flowers", "beautiful gardens". It is also the name of the capital city of Saudi Arabia, usually spelled Riyadh. Read more

Tasneem

Name of a fountain in Paradise. The name's literal meaning is "water that falls down from a high place", such as water that falls down from a waterfall. Read more

Almas

Almas is a Persian name for girls that means "diamond". Read more

Hunain

Hunain is the name of a battle mentioned in the Quran, which was won by the Muslims. Hunain is the name of a valley between at-Taif and Mecca in which the battle took place. The literal meaning ... Read more

Aliza

Hebrew for "joyful". Read more

Eliza

Eliza is the short form of Elizabeth, which comes from the Hebrew word Elisheva. Elisheva was the name of the wife of Prophet Aaron in the Old Testament, and in the New Testament the wife of ... Read more
Added on February 17, 2014

Alicia

Alicia is a form of Alice, it is derived from the Germanic word Adalheidis  which means "nobility". Read more

Alisa

Alisa comes from Elissa, which was the name of the Queen of Carthage, an ancient civilization that existed in modern day Tunisia. The name probably means "wanderer" in Phoenician. It may also ... Read more

Shifa

Shifa is an Arabic name for girls that means "cure", "healing", "remedy". Read more

Kiswa

Arabic for "garment", "clothing". It refers to the black silk cloth that covers the Kaaba in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. Read more

Azharuddin

Urdu name formed from Arabic Azhar ("most prominent", "most visible") and ad-Deen ("the religion", which refers to Islam). The full meaning is "one who clarifies and explains the religion", ... Read more

Nazli

Nazli is a Turkish name for girls that means "delicate", "beloved", "charming". It can also mean "rose-water". Read more

Afshan

Persian for "disperser", "distributor", "spreader", one who shares or spreads something. It is often used as a suffix for other names, such as Gulafshan ("spreader of flowers") and Nurafshan ... Read more

Ajwa

Ajwa is a type of date (the fruit of palm trees) that grows in al-Madinah. The scholar ibn Munzir, in his book Lisan al-Arab mentions that according to some sources Ajwa refers to a type of ... Read more

Maiza

Arabic for "distinguisher", one who distinguishes between good and bad, or between truth and falsehood. Read more

Maiz

Arabic for "distinguisher", one who distinguishes between good and bad, or between truth and falsehood. Read more

Naba

Arabic for "announcement", "news", "tidings". It is the name of chapter 78 of the Quran. Read more
Added on February 16, 2014

Sameek

Arabic for "high", "exalted", "raised". Read more

Sameeka

Arabic for "high", "exalted", "raised". Read more

Samika

Arabic for "high", "exalted", "raised". Read more

Samik

Arabic for "high", "exalted", "raised". Read more

Sabiqa

Arabic for "one who races others", "one who races others and competes with them in doing good deeds". Read more

Sabiq

Arabic for "one who races others", "one who races others and competes with them in doing good deeds". Read more

Shahla

Arabic for "woman/girl whose eyes are black with some blueness in them" (navy blue color). Some sources also say "black with redness" (i.e. very dark maroon). Read more

Saadi

Arabic for "blessed", "successful", "destined for happiness". Read more

Sadia

Arabic for "successful", "blessed", "destined to be happy". Read more

Mutaal

Arabic for "high", "raised", "exalted", "sublime". Read more

Zarar

Arabic for "clever", "subtle". Read more

Zirar

Arabic for "fierce warrior". Literally means "one who brings harm". The name of a Sahabi, whose full name is Zirar bin al-Azwar. Read more
Added on February 13, 2014

Zareera

Arabic and Persian for the fragrant plant known as Reseda in English. Read more

Zareer

Persian for "intelligent", "easy to love", and it is the name of a fragrant plant known as Reseda in English. It is also the name of a character mentioned in the Shahnameh. Read more
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