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Pakistani Boys Islamic Names with Meaning

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A

  • Aazad (free, independent – Persian word)
  • 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 (imaginary)
  • Ayman (right-handed, lucky)
  • Azhar (very or more evident – Arabic word)

B

  • Baariq (shining, lighting, illuminating)
  • Bakir (baakir-early)
  • Basil (brave, bold, valiant)
  • Basim (baasim-smiling)
  • Baz (falcon)

D

  • Dara (possessor, sovereign)
  • Diwan (royal court, tribunal of justice)

F

  • Faiq (faa-eq- outstanding, awake)
  • Fakih (fakeeh-pleasant)
  • Faqih (faqeeh – wise)
  • Fatih (faateh-conqueror, opener)

H

  • 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))

I

  • Imad (pillar, post, support)
  • Iqbal (iqbaal – advance, advent)
  • Isam (isaam-self-made success)

J

  • Jalal (jalaal-glory, splendour)
  • Jamal (jamaal-beauty)
  • Jamil (jameel-beautiful)
  • Jasim (great & famous)
  • Jawwad (jawwaad-generous)

K

  • Kamil (perfect, complete, genuine, learned)

L

  • Labib (labeeb-wise)
  • Laith (lion)

M

  • 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)

N

  • Nabih (noble, famous)
  • Nail (naa-yel-achiever)
  • Nawaf (nawaaf-popular Arab name)
  • Nawfal (popular Arab name)
  • Nazir (bright)
  • Najm (star, planet)
  • Nasif (just)
  • Numan (numaan-blood)

P

  • Pasha (lord, honourific title)

Q

  • Qa’id (qaayed-leader)
  • Qadir (able, powerful)
  • Quds (holiness, sanctity)

R

  • Rafi (exalted)
  • Raghib (willing, desirous)
  • Rashad (rashaad-good sense, maturity)
  • Rauf (ra-oof-merciful)
  • Rayhan (ease, fragrant, comfort)

S

  • Sadiq (saadiq-truthful)
  • Safwan (popular Arab name)
  • Samir (companion, entertainer)
  • Sayid (sayy-id-chief, leader)
  • Shakil (shakeel-beautiful)
  • Sharaf (honour)

T

  • Tawqir (goodluck, success (granted by Allah))
  • T’ariq (taariq-knocker)
  • Tazim (honour)

U

  • Usaid (small lion)

W

  • Waiz (preacher)
  • Wasi (broad-minded)

Y

  • Yusuf (Joseph)

Z

  • Ziad (ziyaad – popular Arab name)
  • Ziaul-Haq (Zia-ul-Haq – “Light of Truth”)
  • Zoheb “little gold” – the dimunitive form of zahab [correct Arabic is: dhahab]
  • Zohoor (appearance)
  • Zuhair (demunitive form of zahr (flower))

About Noor

Noor Mani is renowned professional writer from Pakistani local Newspaper Weekly Multan. She is a P.E.C accredited Electronics Engineer and has wide vision over technology and local media industry.

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