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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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Zarghama

Arabic for "lioness", "brave warrior". Read more

Zargham

Arabic for "lion", "brave warrior". Can be pronounced with a long or short second "a" sound. (Zarghum or Zarghaam). Read more

Zargonaa

Kurdish for "beautiful", literally "golden faced". Read more

Zargoona

Persian for "gold-colored", "like gold", "with the quality of gold". Zargone, Zergon, Zergone Read more

Zargoon

Persian for "gold-colored", "like gold". Read more

Zareefa

Zareefa is an Arabic name for girls that means "intelligent", "eloquent", "elegant", "creative". Read more

Zareef

Zareef is an Arabic name for boys that means "intelligent", "eloquent", "elegant", "creative". Read more

Zarim

Arabic for "very fast horse". Read more

Zarin

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

Zarina

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

Zarnab

Persian and Arabic name of a plant known for its good scent. The scientific name of this plant is Taxus baccata. Read more

Zarqa Bano

Urdu for "blue-eyed lady". Read more

Zarqa Habiba

Iranian/Urdu for "blue-eyed beloved friend". It is made up of two Arabic words ("blue[-eyed]" and "beloved") arranged in an Indo-European grammatical structure (adjective followed by noun). Read more

Zarqa Sultana

Urdu for "blue-eyed sovereign", "blue-eyed queen". Read more

Zarqaa

Arabic for "blue eyed". Read more

Zarra

Arabic for "visitor", "pilgrim". Read more

Zardasht

Zardasht refers to the prophet Zoroaster, founder of Zoroastrianism. Zoroaster is considered a true prophet sent by God by some Muslim scholars, and his followers are considered "people of the ... Read more

Zauq

Arabic for "enthusiasm", "enjoyment of life". Read more

Zawala

Urdu feminine form of the Arabic word Zawal. It means "sundown", the time before sunset. Read more

Zawal

Arabic for "sundown", the time close to sunset. Read more

Zayda

Arabic for "prosperity", "good fortune". Read more
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Zaynul Abidin

Arabic for "adornment of the worshipers", one who is a credit and a source of pride for the Muslims. Read more

Zeeb

Persian for "beauty". Read more

Faizunnisa

Arabic for "winner among women", "the best among women". Read more

Ziba Talaat

Persian for "one with a beautiful face/complexion". Read more

Zibaru

Persian for "one who has a beautiful face". Read more

Zeeshan

Arabic for "dignified", "respected". Read more

Zeifa

Arabic for "guest". Read more

Zehn

Arabic for "intellect", "reason", "psyche". Read more

Zarab

Persian for "gold water", a liquid in which gold particles are suspended. Read more

Zerlinda

Zerlinda is Hebrew for "beautiful dawn", "beautiful morning". Read more

Zhaleh

Zhaleh is a Persian name for girls that means "dew". Read more

Zhobin

Zhobin is a Persian name for boys that means  "small spear". Also pronounced with "Z". Read more

Zia ul Qamar

Arabic for "the moon's brilliance", "the moon's glow", "moonlight". Read more

Ziba

Persian for "beautiful". Read more

Zil-e-Qamar

Urdu for "the dark side of the moon". Arabic version is Zil al-Qamar or Zilil Qamar. In Urdu it can also be written as Zili Qamar and Zil e Qamar. Read more

Zihni

Arabic for "intellectual", "understanding", "reasonable", "deep thinker". Read more

Zil Allah

Arabic for "shade of God", which means "God's mercy and protection", especially God's mercy on the Day of Judgment. Read more

Zil Elahi

Urdu for "shade of God", which means "God's mercy and protection", especially God's mercy on the Day of Judgment. Read more

Zil Yazdan

Urdu for "shade of God", which means "God's mercy and protection", especially God's mercy on the Day of Judgment. Read more

Zill

Arabic for "shade", "shadow". Read more

Zilla

Arabic for "shade". Read more

Zulla

Arabic for "shade", what protects you from strong sunlight, especially the shade of trees. Read more

Zivanka

Slavic for "full of life". Read more

Ziyada

Arabic for "increase", the interpreters of the Quran say it refers to seeing the face of God in the Hereafter, which is a reward given to God's select servants. Read more

Zihaka

Arabic for "one who laughs often", "happy". Read more

Zultana

Urdu variant of Sultana, meaning "queen", "ruler", "leader", "sovereign". Read more

Zultan

Urdu variant of Sultan, meaning "ruler", "sovereign", "king". It also means "power", "capacity", "ability". Read more

Zonera

Zonera is a variant of Zunaira. Both spellings are acceptable. For more information please see: Zunaira Read more

Zaufishan

Urdu for "spreader of light", formed from Arabic Zau ("light") and Persian -fishan ("one who spreads"). Read more

Zoomeer

Urdu for "leader of light", "king of enlightenment", formed from Arabic Zoo ("light") and Persian meer ("leader", "ruler", "emir"). Read more

Zoona

Arabic for "little female deer" (if spelled ضونة). It also means "beautification", "adornment" if spelled زونة. Read more

Zoreza

Urdu for "spreader of light", formed from Arabic Zo ("light") and Persian reza ("pourer/spreader"). Read more

Zawqi

Arabic for "enthusiastic", "full of life". Read more

Zubaid

Arabic for "that which is given as a gift". Read more

Zufar

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

Zufunoon

Arabic for "one who has many arts", "one who is skilled and knowledgeable". Read more

Zuha

Zuha is an Arabic for girls that means "forenoon", the time between sunrise and noon. Read more

Zuhaira

Arabic for "one who has a radiant and glowing face". It also means "floret" ("small flower"). Read more

Zuleika

Zuleika is a variant of Zulaikha. For more details see: Zulaikha Read more

Zulikram

Arabic for "one who is blessed with graciousness". Read more

Zuhur

Arabic for "flowers". Plural of Zahr. It can also be derived from another root, DHA-H26-R, in which case the meaning becomes "to appear", "to become seen", and in this cause the name can also ... Read more

Zulfiqar

Zulfiqar was the name of the sword that was given to Ali bin Abi Talib by Prophet Muhammad ﷺ. The word literally means "that which has vertebrae". Read more

Zuljalal

Arabic for "one who is blessed with might and glory". Read more

Zulkifl

Zulkfil is one of the prophets mentioned in the Quran (peace be upon him). He is the same as the Biblical character Ezekiel. Read more

Zulnoorain

Zulnoorain was the nickname of Uthman ibn Affan, may Allah be pleased with him, who was the third Rashid caliph. Zulnoorain literally means "the one who is blessed with two lights", he was ... Read more

Zumurrud

Arabic for "emerald" (a precious stone). Read more

Zumurruda

Arabic for "emerald" (a precious stone). Read more

Zurafaa

Arabic for "beautiful", "elegant", "graceful". Plural of Zareef. Read more

Zumard

Urdu version of the Arabic word Zumurrud, which means "emerald". Read more
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