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Quranic Names Indirectly Mentioned in the Quran

Added on July 21, 2013

Yumna

Yumna is an indirect Quranic for girls that means blessing, ease, successful on the Day of Judgment, "on the right side", and "right" (opposite of left). It is the feminine version of the boy ... Read more
Added on May 26, 2013

Mahdia

Mahdia is a Quranic name for girls that means "well-guided", "under the guidance of God". It is not directly mentioned in the Quran, but it is root is H-D-Y is used in many places in the Quran ... Read more

Manal

Manal is a Quranic name for girls that means "achievement", "attainment" and "success". Its root is N-Y-L which is used in many places in the Quran, but the word itself is not mentioned, which ... Read more
Added on March 28, 2013

Sodad

Sodad is an indirect Quranic name for girls that means "honorable", "master", "leader". Read more

Rafat

Rafat means kindness, compassion and sympathy toward others. Read more

Qanita

Qanita means a woman who is truly devoted to God, constant in worshiping Him and praying. The Quran uses the word to describe Maryam/Mary mother of Prophet Isa/Jesus. And [We have propounded ... Read more

Qabis

Qabis is an indirect Quranic name for boys that means  "acquirer of knowledge", someone who is wise and learned. It is derived from the Q-B-S ("to acquire something from a larger thing", "to ... Read more

Nayla

Nayla is an indirect Quranic name for girls that means "winner", "go-getter", "gracious" and "charitable". Read more

Nayel

Nayel is an indirect Quranic name for boys that means "brave", "winner". Nayel also means "share", "what Allah gives to someone". Nayel also means "accomplisher", "acquirer", "finder". It is ... Read more

Malouf

Malouf is an indirect Quranic name for boys that means "well-known", "good friend", "beloved". It is derived from the A-L-F root which is used in a number of places in the Quran. Hold fast ... Read more

Lalee

Lalee means "pearls", it is the plural for Lulu'ah (pearl). Pearl is mentioned six times in the Quran, such as in Surat al-Insan 76:19. Read more

Luay

Luay is an indirect Quranic name for boys that means "strong". It is derived from the Quranic root L-W-A (used in Quran 63:5 in the word lawwaw to mean "turn aside"). Read more
Added on March 27, 2013

Kaina

Kaina means "being", "created by God". It also means "event" or "happening". Read more

Jabira

Jabira is the feminine version of the name Jabir, it means a woman who prevents people from becoming poor, or a woman who fixes and improves the world and prevents trouble. Read more

Jabir

Jabir means a person who works to make the world a better place and solves problems and fixes and improves things, a person who performs good deeds, and a person who is powerful and can get ... Read more

Iba

Iba means for a woman to be reserved and dignified and to disallow others from disrespecting her. Read more

Hatima

Hatima means "ender of doubts", a wise and decisive woman who has a good ability to judge things and make decisions. Hatima is the feminine version of the name Hatim. Read more

Hatim

Hatim means decisive and crucial, someone or something that puts an end to doubts. Hatim also means judge or ruler. It is also a word for raven. Read more

Faiza

Faiza means winner and someone who attains success. Read more

Daumaa

Daumaa means sea and ocean, it is a variant of the name Damaa. Read more
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