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Abqurah, Abqara, Abqar, all mean a woman who is beautiful and intelligent. It comes from the A-B-Q-R root which is used in the Quran (Quran 55:76) to mean a very high quality carpet in Paradise.
Aiman, Ayman means "blessed" and it is a word used in the Quran. It is pronounced as (U)ltimate + pa(Y) + (MU)sk + (N)ame. It shouldn't be pronounced as Aymaan
Ammarah means "commander", something that commands, it is used in Quran 12:53 ("Indeed the ego is a commander of evil deeds.")
All of the meanings are good therefore all of them are acceptable Islamically and it is your own choice which one you like. Personally I like Ayman most, but someone else may like another.
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