Arabic NamesTotal Names: 9244
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Asucena

The flower name Asucena, has a wonderfully valiant quality. This 4 syllable name has sparkle and charm. Asucen ... Read More

Female

Ferrah

Ferrah is a variant of Farah. See Farah for further details. Ferrah appeals to parents who seek a name with ge ... Read More

Female

A'azz

Mightier, Stronger, Dearer, More Beloved. A'azz is a Muslim Boy name which originates from the Arabic language ... Read More

Male

A'dab

the person who brings hope to the family ... Read More

Female

A'idah

Something of value given in return of some thing good, Reward in some cases it means return ... Read More

Female

A'ishah

Lively. A'ishah is a Muslim Boy name which originates from the Arabic language.Acording to Numerology Predicti ... Read More

Male

A'lia

Glorious, magnificent, wonderful ... Read More

Female

A'waan

Helper, Assistant. A'waan is a Muslim Boy name which originates from the Arabic language.Acording to Numerolog ... Read More

Male

Aaaqil

One who is wise and intelligent. ... Read More

Male

Aaarabisk

A person who is wishful and healthy ... Read More

Male

Aaban

Name of the Angel, 8th Persian month, angel of iron, name aban also in some cases has the meaning spontaneous ... Read More

Male

Aabdar

Name aabdar has a quranic origin which means Moon light, early, quick. It is derived from the B-D-R root which ... Read More

Male

Aabinus

Meaning of word aabinus is Ebony, Dark colored ... Read More

Male

Aadab

Name aadab has a meaning of Hope and need. The person who brings hope to the family ... Read More

Female

Aadila

the female counterpart of aadil, which means a person with justified morality ... Read More

Female

Aadina

the name aadina has a meaning of delicate, slender it also has a meaning of Friday ... Read More

Female

Aaeedah

The name means Something of value given in return of some thing good, Reward in some cases it means return ... Read More

Female

Aaeesha

the word has the meaning of She who lives" or "womanly" ... Read More

Female

Aafaaq

Horizons ... Read More

Male

Aafia

The name signifies the person who cool and composed and free from all worries ... Read More

Female

Aafiya

the person who has a very sound body and health ... Read More

Male

Aafiyah

the word means Healthy, or it signifies the person who has a state of well being ... Read More

Female

Aafiyat

Health, freedom from illness. ... Read More

Female

Aafreen

Afareen is a Persian name for girls, sometimes also used for Boys, that means "to praise", "to give thanks", " ... Read More

Female

Aaftab

the name means sunlight or the Sun ... Read More

Male

Aahad

Unity, oneness, harmony ... Read More

Male

Aahil

Aahil is an Arabic word that means "great king", "great leader", "emperor", a king or ruler who presides over ... Read More

Male

Aaida

aaida has many meaning in different languages, like in french it means the one who is helpful, in hebrew it me ... Read More

Female

Aaila

the word aaila means Beautiful, attractive and possessing charm just like a moon ... Read More

Female

Aaima

aaima means the one who is supreme leader or the one who leads or conducts ... Read More

Female

Aaira

the one who is worthy of respect, who is noble and honorable ... Read More

Female

Aaishaa

the name means the one who is alive or living his life to the fullest ... Read More

Female

Aakifah

the name aakifah means means "one who stays at the mosque to worship Allah", "one who stays away from people ... Read More

Female

Aakrama

Name of a famous companion of Prophet Muhammad. ... Read More

Male

Aalaa

The one who has a great values or quality, highest in the world ... Read More

Female

Aalamgeer

this means the supreme conqueror of the world, Defeatless ... Read More

Male

Aalee

Noble and majestic, highly impressive and awe-inspiring ... Read More

Male

Aali

The name Aali is of Arabic origin. The meaning of Aali is "high exalted one". Aali is generally used as a boy' ... Read More

Male

Aalia

The one having superior social standing and the one exalted, of high esteem ... Read More

Female

Aalin

the name means "beautiful, calm, fair, graceful, serene." ... Read More

Female
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More About Arabic Names

Arabic Names

Search arabic names by origin and find the meaning and history behind your favorite names. Get great ideas for baby names from around the world.

The origin of a name can be very important if you are looking to find a baby name that is related to your own family or part of your culture.

Choosing your baby’s name is a big responsibility. It’s the name that he or she will carefully practice writing out to sign magnificent pieces of preschool artwork. It’s the name your child will use to introduce and identify him or herself.

There’s no dearth of inspiration when it comes to baby names. Some look up to their family tree while others pick the name of their favorite television or movie character. But some people like to stick to their culture while selecting a baby name, especially the Arabs.

As Carlyle had said, giving a name is a poetic art. Arabs do not just look for meanings in names. They are also concerned about how the name sounds and if the syllables flow well or not. They want a name that rolls mellifluously from the tongue and has elements that fit well with each other. Yes, everything is taken into consideration while naming in the language of the angels, Arabic.

Arab names also come in two versions, which are pre and post-Islam. The pre-Islamic names were usually derived from nature, vocabulary words, or occupation. Some pre-Islamic names also reflect personal characteristics. The post-Islamic names are influenced by 99 attributes of Allah and Islam. Variations of the name Muhammad are also considered. And almost all the Arabic names have Arabic words. So you even have the option of making your own Arabic name. Below is Momjunction’s extensive database of Arabic baby names with meanings.

Are you looking for a French name for your baby ? Consider Brittaney, a beautiful name that means “White flower” – what a perfect way to describe your little angel!

Why are names so important?

People give certain names to their children for various reasons – to honor someone, like a favored relative or famous person (like your uncle Michael, or John F. Kennedy); because the name itself translates to something special (like my name, Timothy, translates to “serving God”), to provide a sense of uniqueness in the world (like the name of someone I knew in college gave to her daughter – Tanji), or to be frivolous (as in the case of parents who might name their child “Lucifer” or “Messiah” or “23”). In some cultures which use descriptive phrases or nouns for names, as in some Native American tribes, it is seen as bestowing the gifts or talents described in the phrase, such as Running Rabbit or Flying Arrow.

Seek out an arabic name with an origin and meaning that resonates with you here.