Sindhi NamesTotal Names: 68
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Aabirah

Something that is fleeting, transitory, ephemeral. ... Read More

Female

Aabish

Name of Sa'd's daughter. Also the name of a queen of Iran. ... Read More

Female

Aalimah

A woman of high stature and authority. A female scholar. ... Read More

Female

Aamilah

One who always does what's right. A righteous woman. ... Read More

Female

Aaminah

Safe and secure ... Read More

Female

Aaqilah

A woman who is extremely intelligent. ... Read More

Female

Abasah

Name of Al-Mahdi's daughter. ... Read More

Female

Abdul Mubdee

Slave of the originator ... Read More

Male

Abdul Noor

Slave of the one who Is light. ... Read More

Male

Abeedah

A devout worshipper ... Read More

Female

Abyad

The narrator of Hadith ... Read More

Male

Aduz Zahir

Slave of the manifest. ... Read More

Male

Ajeebah

A female narrator of Hadith. ... Read More

Female

Ajlah

Bald or hairless. It's the name of a narrator of Hadith. ... Read More

Male

Akbani

more common as last name or surname ... Read More

Male

Asbagh

Colored animal, huge flood or dyer. ... Read More

Male

Aseed

Name of a narrator of Hadeeth. ... Read More

Male

Badiyah

A Sindhi term for desert. ... Read More

Female

Baghawi

Residents of Bagh Or Bagshur in Khurasan. ... Read More

Male

Bahhath

Examiner ... Read More

Male

Bakhtari

A narrator of Hadith had this name. ... Read More

Male

Bakkar

A reciter of Quran had this name. ... Read More

Male

Barzah

Name of a female narrator of Hadith. ... Read More

Female

Basbas

Basbas was the name of Ibn Nafees's slave. She was beautiful and had a melodious voice. ... Read More

Female

Batinah

Something hidden or innate. ... Read More

Female

Bisharah

Name of a female narrator of Hadith. ... Read More

Female

Buhayyah

Name of a freed female slave. ... Read More

Female

Bulhut

Bulhut is the name of narrator of Hadith. ... Read More

Male

Bunanah

Name of Yazid Al-Abshamiyah's daughter. ... Read More

Female

Buqayrah

Name of a female narrator of Hadith. ... Read More

Female

Busrah

She was Prophet's companion who lived until the era of Muawiyah. ... Read More

Female

Dawlah

Riches, splendor and happiness. ... Read More

Male

Devakumar

The son of God. ... Read More

Male

Devidas

Servant of a Goddess ... Read More

Male

Dhiya

Light and splendour. ... Read More

Male

Dhul

Name of Prophet Muhammad's sword. ... Read More

Male

Fadeelah

One who is learned and distinguished. ... Read More

Female

Faeq

One who has the ability to surpass anyone, Excellent. ... Read More

Male

Faiqah

A successful woman. ... Read More

Female

Fakeeh

A boy with a cheerful disposition. ... Read More

Male
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