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I am looking for the meanings of the following baby girl names: Zafeerah, Safreen, Areena, Azmeen, Nuryn & Shiza. Are these Quranic name or has roots in Quran? Thanks!


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For Zafeeerah please see this page: Zafeera

I do not know of any Arabic or Persian name that sounds like Safreen and I cannot find any information on this name on in trustworthy sources.

Areen, Areeena, Aarin, Aarina, Aroon, and Aroona are non-Quranic Arabic words that mean "active", "happy". Since they have good meanings Muslims can use them. Those ending with an can only be used to name girls, the rest can be used for boys and girls. Areena is pronounced as [(U)nder] + [p(R)ay + m(EE)t] + [(NU)mber]. The ending can also be pronounced with a long "a", as in the m(A)n, if you like.

I do not know of any Arabic name that sounds like Azmeen.

Nuryn is another spelling of Nureen, you can see its details here: Nureen

For Shiza please see this answer: Is Sheza an Islamic name?

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Reader Comments:

  1. on Monday 4th of January 2016 10:48:35 AM


  2. on Friday 23rd of June 2017 11:10:31 PM

    Safreen I found originates for Egypt and also it is a urdhu word. Not sure how correct it is but means pure love. I named my daughter safreen after finding that

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