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Names For Girls 

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Abir (abeer - fragrance)
Adiba
(adeeba - civilised / cultured)
Afaf
(afaaf - purity/modesty)
Afia
(aafiya-vigour/vitality)
Afifa
(afeefa-honest, upright)
Ahlam
(ahlaam - dreams)
Amal
(hope)
Amira
(ameera - princess)
Anbar
(ambar - camphor)
Areej
(fragrance)
Arwa
(satisfied, pleasant, fresh)
Azhaar
(flowers)
Azizah
(azeeza - dear / powerful)
Azra
(azraa - virgin - used for Maryam/Mary)
Badr
(full moon)
Badriya
(full moon-wali)
Bahia
(bahiya - nice)
Bahija
(baheeja - happy)
Bahja (happiness)
Baligha
(baleegha - eloquent)
Banan
(banaan-finger tips)
Barirah (bareera-pious, kind)
Basha'ir
(bashaaer-good tidings)
Bashasha
(bashaasha-cheerfulness)
Bashira
(basheera-report of good tiding)
Basima
(baseema-smiling)
Batul
(batool - immaculate)
Bilqis
(bilqees - name of the queen of Sheeba who became Muslim at the time of Solomon)
Budur
(full moons)
Bushra
(good tiding)
Dalal
(dalaal-pampering)
Durriyah
(durriyyah-brilliant)
Fadwa
(redemptor, sacrifing)
Faiqa
(faa-eqa - outstanding, awake)
Faiza
(victorious)
Farah
(happiness)
Farha
(happy)
Faryal
(faryaal-?)
Fatema
(faatima - one sucking her mother's milk)
Firdaus
(paradise)
Ghada (ghaada-young lady)
Ghunwah (song)
Gulnar
(gulnaar-flowery [Persian])
Hafsa
(cub)
Hajar [haajar - name of Prophet Ismail's mother]
Hawwa [Eve]
Hind
(India - common Arab name)
Huriya
(hooriya-houri, nymph)
Husna
(beauty)
Ibtihaj
(ibtihaaj-happiness)
Ibtihal
(ibtihaal-supplication)
Ibtisam
(ibtisaam-smile)
Iffat
(purity/modesty)
Ilham
(ilhaam-revelation)
Inas
(Eenaas-cordiality)
Intisar
(Intisaar-triumph)
Ishraq
(ishraaq-radiance)
Itidal
(I'tedaal-balance)
Itimad
(I'temaad-trust)
Jamila
(jameela-beautiful)
Janna
(garden)
Jasmin
(yasmin)
Jawhara
(gem)
Juwairiyah
(little girl)
Kamila
(kameela/kaamila-complete)
Kausar
(reservoir in Paradise)
Khansa
[pre-Islam Arabic poetess]
Khawlah
(loneliness)
Laila
(dark-old Arab name)
Lulu
(pearl-plural)
Lulua
(pearl -singular) 
Ma'ali
(heights)
Mahasin
(virtues)
Maimuna
(lucky, blessed) 
Mais
(proud gait)
Maisa
(one with proud gait, walker with proud gait)
Maisara
(comfort, prosperity)
Maisun
(maysoon / meaning ?)
Makarim
(makaarim-kindnesses)
Malak / Malaeka
(angel - angels)
Malika
(maleeka-owner)
Manal
(manaal-achievement)
Manar
(manaar-lighthouse)
Maram
(maraam-aim)
Mariha
(joyful, cheerful)
Maryam
(Mary)
Mawahib
(mawaahib-abilities)
Mayesa
(same as "Maisa" above)
Muna
(desire) 
Muniba
(muneeba-repentant to God)
Munira
(muneera-illuminator)

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Names For Boys

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Aban (abaan-more clear)
Abbad
(abbaad-great worshipper)
Abbas
(abbaas-name of the Prophet's uncle)
Adib
(adeeb - cultured, civilised)
Affan
(affaan-name of Caliph Uthman's father)
Ajwad
(better)
Allam
(very knowledgeagble)
Almas
(diamond)
Amir
(aamir-thriving, prosperous)
Ammar
(ammaar-great builder)
Aniq
(neat, elegant, smart)
Antar
(name of Arab hero of chivalry)
Arwarh
(more delicate, more gracious)
Ashraf
(more noble)
Asif
(aasif-describer)
Asil
(aseel-genuine, pure)
Asir
(captivating, fascinating)
Askari
(soldier)
Awwab
(awwaab-great repenter to God)
Ayaz
(ayaaz-slave [Persian])
Ayham
(imiginary)
Ayman
(right-handed, lucky)
Baariq
(shining, lighting, illuminating)
Bakir
(baakir-early)
Basil
(brave, bold, valiant)
Basim
(baasim-smiling)
Baz
(falcon)
Dara
(possessor, sovereign)
Diwan
(royal court, tribunal of justice)
Faiq
(faa-eq- outstanding, awake)
Fakih
(fakeeh-pleasant)
Faqih
(faqeeh - wise)
Fatih
(faateh-conqueror, opener)
Haidar
(lion)
Haitham
(lion)
Hamdan
(praiser (of God))
Hamza
(name of the Prophet's uncle)
Hariz
(strong, secure, guarded)
Hasan
(beautiful, good)
Hashim
(haashim-smasher, name of the Prophet great grandfather)
Hisham
(hishaam - popular Arab name)
Humam
(humaam- generous, heroic)
Husain
(demunitive form of Hasan (above))
Imad
(pillar, post, support)
Iqbal
(iqbaal - advance, advent)
Isam
(isaam-self-made success)
Jalal
(jalaal-glory, splendour)
Jamal
(jamaal-beauty)
Jamil
(jameel-beautiful)
Jasim
(great & famous)
Jawwad
(jawwaad-generous)
Kamil
(perfect, complete, genuine, learned)
Labib
(labeeb-wise)
Laith
(lion)
Mahdi
(guided one)
Mansur
(mansoor-victorious)
Marwan
(marwaan-name of an Omayad caliph who built the Dome of the Rock)
Muaz
(protected)
Munsif
(just, fair)
Muntasir
(winner)
Murad
(muraad-aim)
Muslih
(reformer)
Muslim
(surrender (to God))
Muslim
(surrender to God)
Muwaffaq
(fortunate)

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