All of these are Islamic names that mean "gift from Allah":
Minhah, pronounced as MI(st) + N + HU(mble).
Also spelled as Manha, Munha
Atiyyah, pronounced as U(ltimate) + TI(p) + Y(es) + (h)U(mble).
Also spelled as Atya, Ateya, Atiyya, Atiya, Etiya, Eteya
Hadiyyah, pronounced as HU(mble) + DEE(d) + Y(es) + (h)U(mble)
Also spelled as Hadeya, Hadeyya, Hadiyya, Hadiya, Hediya, Hedya
Hadaaya, pronounced as HU(mble) + DA(ndelion) + YA(rd)
Also spelled as Hadaia, Hadaya, Hedaya, Hadayaa, Hadaiaa
(not to be confused with Hidayah, which means guidance)
Heba, pronounced as HI(ll) or HE(r) + BU(mp)
Also spelled as Hiba
This name is also commonly pronounced Hebaa with a long "A" at the end, this is not standard Arabic but there is no harm in it.