QuranicNames.com is the most authentic Islamic baby name site on the internet. All information on our website is based on our own original research in Arabic, Persian and English-language scholarly references. We never copy information from other websites.

Muslim Girl Names – Girl Names from the Quran | 2175 Names | Page 80

Sort Names By: Alphabet (A to Z) ▼ | Newest to Oldest ▼
Added on March 9, 2014

Zilal

Arabic for "shade". Read more

Zamaair

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

Zamira

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

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

Ajaar

Arabic for "rewards". 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

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

Takreem

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

Tamanna

Arabic for "wish", "hope". 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

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
  • Most Popular Names

Copyright 2011-2017 QuranicNames.com. All Rights Reserved | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use.