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First Name Directory - Starting with A




This site is dedicated to maintaining a database of first names from all over the world. We are still working to add all meanings to the names and sort them by gender, ethic and other behavior.

Most names come from the European and Arab area, especially italian, spanish, french and german firstnames.


Amin
Amin (in Arabic أمين) is a male Arabic, Persian and Indian given name that means "faithful, trustworthy". Alternatives include Amine, Ameen and Amien. Amin (in Arabic أمين) is a male Arabic, Persian and Indian given name that means "faithful, trustworthy". Alternatives include Amine, Ameen and Amien.
Abbad
Abbad is an Islamic name. People with this name include: Abbad is an Islamic name. People with this name include:
Abbas
Abbas (Abbass, Arabic: عباس ‎‎means "lion" in Arabic The name traces back to Al-‘Abbas ibn ‘Abd al-Muttalib (an uncle of Muhammad) and Abbas ibn Ali, a son of Ali ibn Abi Talib, who participated in the battle of Karbala alongside his half-brother Hussain ibn Ali. Abbas ibn Ali is revered by Shia Muslims, some of whom are named Abbas in remembrance and tribute to him. There is an Arabian tribe of the same name, the Banu Abbas.
Abd al-Uzza
Abd al-Uzza is a theophoric Arabic name that means servant of Al-‘Uzzá, one of the pre-Islamic Arabian divinities. Abd al-Uzza is a theophoric Arabic name that means servant of Al-‘Uzzá, one of the pre-Islamic Arabian divinities.
Abdus Salam
Abdus Salam (Arabic: عبد السلام‎‎) is a male Muslim honorific or given name, built on the Arabic words Abd, al- and Salam. The name means "servant of the All-peaceable", as-Salam being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdus Salam (Arabic: عبد السلام‎‎) is a male Muslim honorific or given name, built on the Arabic words Abd, al- and Salam. The name means "servant of the All-peaceable", as-Salam being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abd Manaf
Abd Manaf is a theophoric Arabic name that means "servant of Manaf", Manaf being one of the pre-Islamic polytheistic gods. In modern usage the form Abdul Manaf is also found. Abd Manaf is a theophoric Arabic name that means "servant of Manaf", Manaf being one of the pre-Islamic polytheistic gods. In modern usage the form Abdul Manaf is also found.
Abd Rabbo
Abd Rabbo (Arabic: عبد ربه ‎‎ is a male Arabic given name and surname. Notable bearers of the name include: Abd Rabbo (Arabic: عبد ربه ‎‎ is a male Arabic given name and surname. Notable bearers of the name include:
Abdel Fattah
Abdel Fattah (Arabic: عبد الفتاح ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Fattah. The name means "servant of the Conqueror", Al-Fattāh being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdel Fattah (Arabic: عبد الفتاح ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Fattah. The name means "servant of the Conqueror", Al-Fattāh being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdel Nour
Abdel Nour (Arabic: عبد النور ‎‎) is a male given name and, in modern usage, surname. The name is used by Muslims and also by Coptic Orthodox Christians of Egypt and Orthodox Christians in Lebanon. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Nur, and means "servant of the Light", An-Nūr being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdel Nour (Arabic: عبد النور ‎‎) is a male given name and, in modern usage, surname. The name is used by Muslims and also by Coptic Orthodox Christians of Egypt and Orthodox Christians in Lebanon. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Nur, and means "servant of the Light", An-Nūr being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdi
Abdilahi is a male name. It is a given name with many origins in many countries including Somalia. Among others, one version has Arabic as origin, while another is of Biblical origin. Abdilahi is a male name. It is a given name with many origins in many countries including Somalia. Among others, one version has Arabic as origin, while another is of Biblical origin.
Abdu
Abdu (also spelled Abdo, Abdoh, Abdou, or Abduh, Arabic: عبده‎‎ or عبدو) is a masculine Arabic given name. It is the nickname for Abdul… and can also be used as male given name in Arabic language. Abdu (also spelled Abdo, Abdoh, Abdou, or Abduh, Arabic: عبده‎‎ or عبدو) is a masculine Arabic given name. It is the nickname for Abdul… and can also be used as male given name in Arabic language.
Abdul
Abdul (also transliterated as Abdal, Abdel, Abdil, Abdol, Abdool, or Abdoul, Arabic: عبد ال‎‎, ʿAbd al-) is the most frequent transliteration of the combination of the Arabic word Abd (عبد, meaning "servant") and the definite prefix al / el (ال, meaning "the"). Abdul (also transliterated as Abdal, Abdel, Abdil, Abdol, Abdool, or Abdoul, Arabic: عبد ال‎‎, ʿAbd al-) is the most frequent transliteration of the combination of the Arabic word Abd (عبد, meaning "servant") and the definite prefix al / el (ال, meaning "the").
Abdul Ahad
Abdul Ahad (Arabic: عبد الاحد ‎‎) is an Arabic male given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Ahad. The name means "servant of the only One", Al-Ahad being one of the names of God for Arabic-speaking Christians as well as for Muslims. It is listed in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Ahad (Arabic: عبد الاحد ‎‎) is an Arabic male given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Ahad. The name means "servant of the only One", Al-Ahad being one of the names of God for Arabic-speaking Christians as well as for Muslims. It is listed in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Alim
Abdul Alim, also transliterated Abdul Aleem, (Arabic: عبد العليم‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Alim. The name means "servant of the All-knowing", Al-'Alīm being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Alim, also transliterated Abdul Aleem, (Arabic: عبد العليم‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Alim. The name means "servant of the All-knowing", Al-'Alīm being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Azim
Abdul Azim (Arabic: عبد العظيم‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Azim. The name means "servant of the Mighty", Al-'Azīm being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Azim (Arabic: عبد العظيم‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Azim. The name means "servant of the Mighty", Al-'Azīm being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Bari
Abdul Bari (Arabic: عبد الباري‎‎) is a male given name using the words Abd, al- and Bari, the name means Servant of the Creator. The name is subject to variable spacing, spelling, and hyphenation. Abdul Bari (Arabic: عبد الباري‎‎) is a male given name using the words Abd, al- and Bari, the name means Servant of the Creator. The name is subject to variable spacing, spelling, and hyphenation.
Abdul Basir
Abdul Basir (Arabic: عبد البصير‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al-, and Basir. The name means "servant of the All-seeing", Al-Basīr being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Basir (Arabic: عبد البصير‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al-, and Basir. The name means "servant of the All-seeing", Al-Basīr being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Basit
Abdul Basit (Arabic: عبد الباسط‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Basit. The name means "servant of the Expander", Al-Bāsit being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Basit (Arabic: عبد الباسط‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Basit. The name means "servant of the Expander", Al-Bāsit being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Ghaffar
Abdul Ghaffar (Arabic: عبد الغفار‎‎) and Abdul Ghafoor (Arabic: عبد الغفور‎‎) are two related male Muslim given names, and, in modern usage, surnames. They are built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and either Ghaffar or Ghafoor respectively. Both names mean "servant of the All-forgiving", Al-Ghaffār and Al-Ghafūr being two of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Ghaffar (Arabic: عبد الغفار‎‎) and Abdul Ghafoor (Arabic: عبد الغفور‎‎) are two related male Muslim given names, and, in modern usage, surnames. They are built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and either Ghaffar or Ghafoor respectively. Both names mean "servant of the All-forgiving", Al-Ghaffār and Al-Ghafūr being two of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Ghani
Abdul Ghani (Arabic: عبد الغني ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Ghani. The name means "servant of the All-sufficient", Al-Ghaniyy being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Ghani (Arabic: عبد الغني ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Ghani. The name means "servant of the All-sufficient", Al-Ghaniyy being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Hadi
Abdul Hadi (Arabic: عبد الهادي‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Hadi. The name means "servant of the Guide", Al-Hādi being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Hadi (Arabic: عبد الهادي‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Hadi. The name means "servant of the Guide", Al-Hādi being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Hafiz
Abdul Hafiz or Abdul Hafeez (Arabic: عبد الحفيظ ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Hafiz. The name means "servant of the Guardian", Al-Hafīz being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Hafiz or Abdul Hafeez (Arabic: عبد الحفيظ ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Hafiz. The name means "servant of the Guardian", Al-Hafīz being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Hai
Abdul Hai (Arabic: عبد الحى ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Hayy. The name means "servant of the Living God", Al-Hayy being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Hai (Arabic: عبد الحى ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Hayy. The name means "servant of the Living God", Al-Hayy being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Hakim
Abdul Hakim (Arabic: عبد الحكيم ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, first name or surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Hakim. The name means "servant of the All-wise", Al-Hakīm being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1] Abdul Hakim (Arabic: عبد الحكيم ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, first name or surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Hakim. The name means "servant of the All-wise", Al-Hakīm being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1]
Abdul Jabbar
Abdul Jabbar (Arabic: عبد الجبار ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Jabbar. The name means "servant of the All-compeller", Al-Jabbar being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Jabbar (Arabic: عبد الجبار ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Jabbar. The name means "servant of the All-compeller", Al-Jabbar being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Jalil
Abdul Jalil (Arabic: عبد الجليل ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, also used by Christians, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Jalil. The name means "servant of the Exalted", Al-Jalīl being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Jalil (Arabic: عبد الجليل ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, also used by Christians, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Jalil. The name means "servant of the Exalted", Al-Jalīl being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Khaliq
Abdul Khaliq (Arabic: عبد الخالق ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name and, in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Khaliq. The name means "servant of the Creator", Al-Khāliq being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Khaliq (Arabic: عبد الخالق ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name and, in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Khaliq. The name means "servant of the Creator", Al-Khāliq being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Mannan
Abdul Mannan (Arabic: عبد المنان ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name and, in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Mannan. The name means "servant of the Benevolent", and is a Muslim theophoric name.[1][2] Abdul Mannan (Arabic: عبد المنان ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name and, in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Mannan. The name means "servant of the Benevolent", and is a Muslim theophoric name.[1][2]
Abdul Masih
Abdul Masih (Arabic: عبد المسيح ‎‎) is a male given name used by Arabic-speaking Christians. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Masih, meaning "servant of the Messiah", and is thus a theophoric name. Abdul Masih (Arabic: عبد المسيح ‎‎) is a male given name used by Arabic-speaking Christians. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Masih, meaning "servant of the Messiah", and is thus a theophoric name.
Abdul Monem
Abdul Monem (Arabic: عبد المنعم) is a masculine given theophoric Arabic name that means "servant of the Most Benefactor or Granter (God)".[1] The name is also transliterated as 'Abdulmon'em, Abdulmonim, Abdulmunim, Abd al-Monem, Abdul Monem and others. Abdul Monem (Arabic: عبد المنعم) is a masculine given theophoric Arabic name that means "servant of the Most Benefactor or Granter (God)".[1] The name is also transliterated as 'Abdulmon'em, Abdulmonim, Abdulmunim, Abd al-Monem, Abdul Monem and others.
Abdul Qayyum
Abdul Qayyum (Arabic: عبد القيوم ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Qayyum. The name means "servant of the eternal", Al-Qayyūm being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Qayyum (Arabic: عبد القيوم ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Qayyum. The name means "servant of the eternal", Al-Qayyūm being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Quddus
Abdul Quddus (Arabic: عبد القدوس‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Quddus. The name means "Servant of the All-holy", Al-Quddus being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Quddus (Arabic: عبد القدوس‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Quddus. The name means "Servant of the All-holy", Al-Quddus being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Rashid
Abdul Rashid (Arabic: عبد الرشيد‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Rashid. The name means "servant of the right-minded", Ar-Rashīd being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Rashid (Arabic: عبد الرشيد‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Rashid. The name means "servant of the right-minded", Ar-Rashīd being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Samad
Abdul Samad (Arabic: عبد الصمد‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, built on the Arabic words Abd, al- and Samad. The name means "servant of the Everlasting", al-Samad being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Samad (Arabic: عبد الصمد‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, built on the Arabic words Abd, al- and Samad. The name means "servant of the Everlasting", al-Samad being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Sattar
Abdul Sattar (Arabic: عبد الستار ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, built on the Arabic words Abd, al- and Sattar. The name means "servant of the Veiler (of sins)".[1][2] Abdul Sattar (Arabic: عبد الستار ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, built on the Arabic words Abd, al- and Sattar. The name means "servant of the Veiler (of sins)".[1][2]
Abdul Wadud
Abdul Wadud is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Wadud. The name means "servant of the all-loving", Al-Wadūd being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Alternative transliterations include Abdul Wadood, Abdel Wadoud and others, all subject to variable spacing and hyphenation. The name may refer to: Abdul Wadud is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Wadud. The name means "servant of the all-loving", Al-Wadūd being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Alternative transliterations include Abdul Wadood, Abdel Wadoud and others, all subject to variable spacing and hyphenation. The name may refer to:
Abdul Wahid
Abdul Wahid (Arabic: عبد الواحد ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Wahid. The name means "servant of the One", Al-Wāhid being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Wahid (Arabic: عبد الواحد ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Wahid. The name means "servant of the One", Al-Wāhid being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Zahir
(Arabic: عبد الظاهر ‎‎) Abdul Zahir may refer to: (Arabic: عبد الظاهر ‎‎) Abdul Zahir may refer to:
Abdul Zahra
Abdul Zahra (Arabic: عبد الزهرة ‎‎) is a male Arabic given name. The name is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Zahra, and means Servant of Zahra. It is commonly associated with Shi'ites, who especially revere Fatimah Zahra. The name is forbidden for Sunnis, who may not use any names implying enslavement to anything besides God. Abdul Zahra (Arabic: عبد الزهرة ‎‎) is a male Arabic given name. The name is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Zahra, and means Servant of Zahra. It is commonly associated with Shi'ites, who especially revere Fatimah Zahra. The name is forbidden for Sunnis, who may not use any names implying enslavement to anything besides God.
Abdur Rab
Abdur Rab (Arabic: عبد الرب ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Rabb. The name means "servant of the Lord", a Muslim theophoric name.[1][2] Abdur Rab (Arabic: عبد الرب ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Rabb. The name means "servant of the Lord", a Muslim theophoric name.[1][2]
Abdur Rahim
Abdur Rahim (Arabic: عبد الرحيم‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Rahim. The name means "servant of the most merciful", Ar-Rahim being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdur Rahim (Arabic: عبد الرحيم‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Rahim. The name means "servant of the most merciful", Ar-Rahim being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdur Raqib
Abdur Raqib (Arabic: عبد الرقيب ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Raqib. The name means "servant of the observer", Ar-Raqīb being one of the Names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdur Raqib (Arabic: عبد الرقيب ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Raqib. The name means "servant of the observer", Ar-Raqīb being one of the Names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdur Rauf
Abdur Rauf (Arabic: عبد الرؤوف ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Rauf. The name means "servant of the Lenient One", Ar-Ra'ūf being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdur Rauf (Arabic: عبد الرؤوف ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Rauf. The name means "servant of the Lenient One", Ar-Ra'ūf being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdus Sabur
Abdus Sabur (Arabic: عبد الصبور ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, built on the Arabic words Abd, al- and Sabur. The name means "servant of the Patient One", As-Sabur being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdus Sabur (Arabic: عبد الصبور ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, built on the Arabic words Abd, al- and Sabur. The name means "servant of the Patient One", As-Sabur being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdus Shakur
Abdus Shakur (Arabic: عبد الشکور ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, built on the Arabic words Abd, al- and Shakur. The name means "servant of the All-thankful", Ash-Shakūr being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdus Shakur (Arabic: عبد الشکور ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, built on the Arabic words Abd, al- and Shakur. The name means "servant of the All-thankful", Ash-Shakūr being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abid Ali
Abid Ali (Arabic: عبد علي ‎‎) is a masculine given name and surname. Abid Ali (Arabic: عبد علي ‎‎) is a masculine given name and surname.
Abo
Abo is an Arabic and Hebrew male name and a variant form of Abbas.[1] It is from Abbas that Abo takes its meaning of stern or somber father.[1] In Arabic, Abbas is a symbolic name referring to the lion, the king of beasts.[2] Abo is an Arabic and Hebrew male name and a variant form of Abbas.[1] It is from Abbas that Abo takes its meaning of stern or somber father.[1] In Arabic, Abbas is a symbolic name referring to the lion, the king of beasts.[2]
Abu
Abu or ABU may refer to: Abu or ABU may refer to:
Abu Abdullah
Abu Abdullah (also transliterated as Abdallah, Arabic: ابو عبد الله‎‎) meaning father of Abdullah, is a given name and a common alias used by several people, it may refer to: Abu Abdullah (also transliterated as Abdallah, Arabic: ابو عبد الله‎‎) meaning father of Abdullah, is a given name and a common alias used by several people, it may refer to:


Abu al-Qasim
The name Abu al-Qasim (Arabic: أبو القاسم‎‎), meaning father of Qasim, is a kunya or attributive name of Islamic prophet Muhammad, describing him as father to his son Qasim ibn Muhammad. Since then the name has been used by the following: The name Abu al-Qasim (Arabic: أبو القاسم‎‎), meaning father of Qasim, is a kunya or attributive name of Islamic prophet Muhammad, describing him as father to his son Qasim ibn Muhammad. Since then the name has been used by the following:
Abu Hafs
Abu Hamza
Abu Hamza (Arabic: أبو حمزة‎‎) meaning father of Hamza, is a given name and a common alias used by several people, it may refer to: Abu Hamza (Arabic: أبو حمزة‎‎) meaning father of Hamza, is a given name and a common alias used by several people, it may refer to:
Abu'l-Fadl
Abu'l Faḍl (Arabic: ابوالفضل‎‎) is an Arabic male given name which also occurs in place-names. It means father of virtue. It can variously be transliterated as Abu'l-Fadl, Abu'l-Fazl, Abul Fazal etc. It is also used in Iran and Azerbaijan, usually in the form of Abolfazl, or Abulfaz. Abu'l Faḍl (Arabic: ابوالفضل‎‎) is an Arabic male given name which also occurs in place-names. It means father of virtue. It can variously be transliterated as Abu'l-Fadl, Abu'l-Fazl, Abul Fazal etc. It is also used in Iran and Azerbaijan, usually in the form of Abolfazl, or Abulfaz.
Adeem
Adeem is a male and female given name.[1][2] Adeem is a male and female given name.[1][2]
Adem
Adem (Ottoman Turkish: آدم‎, Ādem) is a masculine given name common in Turkey. Its popularity has grown in recent times in Turkey, with names such as Arda and Can.
Aden
Aden (Somali: Aadan, Arabic: عدن‎‎) is an Arabic male name, used most commonly in Somalia. It can also be a surname. Aden (Somali: Aadan, Arabic: عدن‎‎) is an Arabic male name, used most commonly in Somalia. It can also be a surname.
Adham
'Adham (Arabic: ادهم‎‎)may refer to: is an Arabic male name meaning "black". 'Adham (Arabic: ادهم‎‎)may refer to: is an Arabic male name meaning "black".
Adir
Adir or ADIR may refer to: Adir or ADIR may refer to:
Adli
Adli or Adly is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include: Adli or Adly is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Adnan
Adnan (Arabic: عدنان‎‎, ʿAdnān) is a masculine name common in the Muslim World. Its eponymous bearer was Adnan, a legendary figure of both pre-Islamic and Islamic mythology. The etymological meaning of the name is settler, from a semitic root `dn; "to stay, abide".
Afif
Afif (also transliterated as Afeef, Arabic: عفيف‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name, it may refer to: Afif (also transliterated as Afeef, Arabic: عفيف‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name, it may refer to:
Ahad
Ahad is a Middle Eastern given forename primarily used by Muslims[1] (e.g. Ahad rezayan) and Jews (e.g. Ahad Ha'am). It is also used as a family name (surname) (e.g. Oli Ahad). Ahad is a Middle Eastern given forename primarily used by Muslims[1] (e.g. Ahad rezayan) and Jews (e.g. Ahad Ha'am). It is also used as a family name (surname) (e.g. Oli Ahad).
Ahmad
Achmad, Achmat, Achmed, Achmet, Ahmat, Ahmet, Ahmadu, Amadou
Ahmed Tijani
Ahmed Tijani (Arabic: أحمد تيجاني بن عمر‎‎) is a male Muslim given name formed from the elements Ahmed and Tijani. Ahmed Tijani (Arabic: أحمد تيجاني بن عمر‎‎) is a male Muslim given name formed from the elements Ahmed and Tijani.
Ahsan
Ahsan is a male name in Urdu and Persian, coming from the Arabic triconsonantal root Ḥ-S-N, also a the diminutive of Hassan which meanings "good", "handsome" or "beautiful". The name Ahsan means "The best of All". Ahsan is a male name in Urdu and Persian, coming from the Arabic triconsonantal root Ḥ-S-N, also a the diminutive of Hassan which meanings "good", "handsome" or "beautiful". The name Ahsan means "The best of All".
Akeem
Akeem is a name of Arabic origin, being a variation of Hakeem, and commonly used in Africa and amongst the African diaspora. Persons with the name Akeem include: Akeem is a name of Arabic origin, being a variation of Hakeem, and commonly used in Africa and amongst the African diaspora. Persons with the name Akeem include:
Akram
Akram (Arabic: أکرم ‎‎), is used as a given name and surname and is derived from the Arabic root word Karam (Arabic: كرم‎‎) meaning generosity. In Arabic-language, it means "most generous". Akram closely related to Karim and Kareem, in Arabic-language meaning generous. Akram (Arabic: أکرم ‎‎), is used as a given name and surname and is derived from the Arabic root word Karam (Arabic: كرم‎‎) meaning generosity. In Arabic-language, it means "most generous". Akram closely related to Karim and Kareem, in Arabic-language meaning generous.
Alaa
Alaa (Arabic: آلاء‎‎) is an Arabic female given name mentioned in the qura'an in surah al rahman that means blessings. Alaa (Arabic: علاء‎‎) is an Arabic male given name that means Highness, it may be short for the name Aladdin. Alaa (Arabic: آلاء‎‎) is an Arabic female given name mentioned in the qura'an in surah al rahman that means blessings. Alaa (Arabic: علاء‎‎) is an Arabic male given name that means Highness, it may be short for the name Aladdin.
Ali Naqi
Ali Naqi (علی نقی), also spelled as Ali Naghi, may refer to the following: Ali Naqi (علی نقی), also spelled as Ali Naghi, may refer to the following:
Alim
Alim (ʿAlīm عليم, also anglicized as Aleem) is one of the names of God in Islam, meaning "All-Knowing". Also used as a personal name, as short form of Abdul Alim, "Servant of the All-Knowing": Alim (ʿAlīm عليم, also anglicized as Aleem) is one of the names of God in Islam, meaning "All-Knowing". Also used as a personal name, as short form of Abdul Alim, "Servant of the All-Knowing":
Aman
Aman Ali
Aman Ali (Arabic: أمان علي‎‎) is a male Muslim given name formed from the elements Aman and Ali. It thus means "security, safety; peace; shelter, protection. Aman Ali (Arabic: أمان علي‎‎) is a male Muslim given name formed from the elements Aman and Ali. It thus means "security, safety; peace; shelter, protection.
Amanullah
Amanullah or Amanallah is a male Muslim given name (Arabic: أمان الله ‎‎) meaning the trust or protection of God. Amanullah or Amanallah is a male Muslim given name (Arabic: أمان الله ‎‎) meaning the trust or protection of God.
Amin al-Din
Amin al-Din, also transcribed Amin ad-Din and Amin ud-Din, is an Arabic name meaning "Trustee of the Faith" may refer to: Amin al-Din, also transcribed Amin ad-Din and Amin ud-Din, is an Arabic name meaning "Trustee of the Faith" may refer to:
Aminullah
Aminullah, also spelled Aminallah, Aminollah or Ameenullah (Arabic: امين الله ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name composed from the elements Amin and Allah. It may refer to Aminullah, also spelled Aminallah, Aminollah or Ameenullah (Arabic: امين الله ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name composed from the elements Amin and Allah. It may refer to
Amjad
Amjad (Persian: امجد ‎‎), is used as first and surname in Asia, Middle East and Latin America. Amjad (Persian: امجد ‎‎), is used as first and surname in Asia, Middle East and Latin America.
Amr
Amr (Arabic: عمرو‎‎) is an Arabic male name. Amr (Arabic: عمرو‎‎) is an Arabic male name.
Anis
Anis (Arabic: أنيس‎‎) is a masculine given name. The meaning of the name Anis is "companion", "genial" or "close friend".[1] Anis (Arabic: أنيس‎‎) is a masculine given name. The meaning of the name Anis is "companion", "genial" or "close friend".[1]
Anisur Rahman
Anisur Rahman (Arabic: الرحمن انیس‎‎) is a masculine Muslim given name, meaning companion of the Most Merciful. Notable bearers of the name include: Anisur Rahman (Arabic: الرحمن انیس‎‎) is a masculine Muslim given name, meaning companion of the Most Merciful. Notable bearers of the name include:
Anjem
Anjem is a male given name. Anjem is a male given name.
Anwaruddin
Anwaruddin is a Muslim male name formed from the elements Anwar and ad-Din. It thus means "light of the faith". Anwaruddin is a Muslim male name formed from the elements Anwar and ad-Din. It thus means "light of the faith".
Aqeel
Aqeel (Arabic: عَقِيْل) is an Arabic male given name, which means "knowledgeable", "intelligent", or "wise".[1] An alternative spelling is Aqil. The name may refer to: Aqeel (Arabic: عَقِيْل) is an Arabic male given name, which means "knowledgeable", "intelligent", or "wise".[1] An alternative spelling is Aqil. The name may refer to:
Asghar
Asghar (Persian: اصغر‎‎) may refer to: Asghar (Persian: اصغر‎‎) may refer to:
Ashraf
Ashraf (Arabic: أشرف‎‎) is an Arabic name meaning "most honorable one." It is used by many Arabs regardless of their religious affiliation, both Christians and Muslims alike. In French-speaking contexts the transliteration is Achraf. Uses of the name include: Ashraf (Arabic: أشرف‎‎) is an Arabic name meaning "most honorable one." It is used by many Arabs regardless of their religious affiliation, both Christians and Muslims alike. In French-speaking contexts the transliteration is Achraf. Uses of the name include:
Asil
The word "Aseel'" Is an Arabic Name and adjective that means: Original, Authentic, Genuine, Pure, Origin, Root, Unique. The word "Aseel'" Is an Arabic Name and adjective that means: Original, Authentic, Genuine, Pure, Origin, Root, Unique.
Aslam
Aslam (Arabic: اسلم‎‎) is a male first name in South Asia and Middle east. Aslam (Arabic: اسلم‎‎) is a male first name in South Asia and Middle east.
Ataullah
Atallah (Template:Lang-Aramaic)is an Aramaic surname meaning "gift of God". It is a surname to Roman Catholics or Christians from USA, Iraq, or Lebanon. Atallah (Template:Lang-Aramaic)is an Aramaic surname meaning "gift of God". It is a surname to Roman Catholics or Christians from USA, Iraq, or Lebanon.
Atiqullah
Atiqullah (Arabic: عتیق الله ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, formed from the elements Atiq, meaning ancient, and Allah, meaning of God. . It may refer to Atiqullah (Arabic: عتیق الله ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, formed from the elements Atiq, meaning ancient, and Allah, meaning of God. . It may refer to
Awad
Awad or Aouad (Arabic: عوض‎‎) is an Arabic given name and surname, it may refer to: Awad or Aouad (Arabic: عوض‎‎) is an Arabic given name and surname, it may refer to:
Ayad
Ayad (Arabic: إياد‎‎) is both an Arabic given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include: Ayad (Arabic: إياد‎‎) is both an Arabic given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Ayman
Ayman (Arabic: أيمن‎‎, also spelled Ayemann, Aimen or Aymen)[1] is a male name of Arabic origin. It is derived from the Arabic Semitic root (ي م ن) for right, and literally means righteous or he who is on the right, similar to the Latin name Dexter. It also means right-handed, blessed and lucky. In Pakistan, unlike the Arab countries, Ayman is used both as a masculine and feminine name. This is because of confusion related to popular Islamic woman figure "Umm-e-Ayman", which parents name their daughter after. However "Umm" means mother of, and Ayman was her son. It is also agreed upon by all Arabic and Islamic language scholars to be a masculine name. Ayman (Arabic: أيمن‎‎, also spelled Ayemann, Aimen or Aymen)[1] is a male name of Arabic origin. It is derived from the Arabic Semitic root (ي م ن) for right, and literally means righteous or he who is on the right, similar to the Latin name Dexter. It also means right-handed, blessed and lucky. In Pakistan, unlike the Arab countries, Ayman is used both as a masculine and feminine name. This is because of confusion related to popular Islamic woman figure "Umm-e-Ayman", which parents name their daughter after. However "Umm" means mother of, and Ayman was her son. It is also agreed upon by all Arabic and Islamic language scholars to be a masculine name.
Ayub
Ayub is a masculine given name, (Arabic: أيوب‎‎). Ayub is a masculine given name, (Arabic: أيوب‎‎).
Azem
Azem is a given name. Notable people with the name include: Azem is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Azim
Azim (ʿAẓīm عظيم) is one of the 99 names of (Allah) God in Islam, meaning "Great" or "Magnificent" or "Protector" Also used as a personal name, as short form of the Abdul Azim, "Servant of the Magnificent". Azim (ʿAẓīm عظيم) is one of the 99 names of (Allah) God in Islam, meaning "Great" or "Magnificent" or "Protector" Also used as a personal name, as short form of the Abdul Azim, "Servant of the Magnificent".
Azimullah
Azimullah is a male Muslim given name, composed of the elements Azim and Allah. It may refer to Azimullah is a male Muslim given name, composed of the elements Azim and Allah. It may refer to
Aziz
Aziz (Arabic: عزيز‎‎, ʿazīz, [ʕaziːz]) was originally a Northwest Semitic Phoenician-Aramaic-Hebrew-Arabic word, but is now much more commonly (but not exclusively) known as a Central Semitic Arabic male name. The feminine form of both the adjective and the given name is Aziza. Aziz (Arabic: عزيز‎‎, ʿazīz, [ʕaziːz]) was originally a Northwest Semitic Phoenician-Aramaic-Hebrew-Arabic word, but is now much more commonly (but not exclusively) known as a Central Semitic Arabic male name. The feminine form of both the adjective and the given name is Aziza.
Azizullah
Azizullah (Arabic: عزیز الله‎‎) is an Arabic male name built on the words Aziz and Allah, it may refer to: Azizullah (Arabic: عزیز الله‎‎) is an Arabic male name built on the words Aziz and Allah, it may refer to:
Azizur Rahman
Azizur Rahman (Arabic: عزيز الرحمن ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, meaning dear to the Most Gracious. Notable bearers of the name include Azizur Rahman (Arabic: عزيز الرحمن ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, meaning dear to the Most Gracious. Notable bearers of the name include
Abderrahim
Abderrahim (Arabic عبد الرحيم) is a masculine given name. Translated it means servant of the most merciful; Since al-Rahim is one of the 99 names of Allah in Islam, Aberrahim is a so-called theophoren name.


Abd ul-Latif
The name Abd-UL-Latif, Abdellatif or far (Arabic: عبد اللطيف 'Abdu-l-Latif, dialectal' Abd ' al-Latif: servant of the subtle (God)) is or in particular grew through:
Abel
Amine
Amin is an Arabic male given name, which is written as: أمين. It means that one can be trusted. This is the same Semitic root as the liturgical Word amen from Hebrew. Because the solidarity of its etymological meaning, can arrange amine Saint Fidèle, where be feast day on October 27. [Citation needed]
Abdullah
Abdullah or Abdallah is the primary transliteration of the Arabic given name, Arabic: عبد الله‎‎, built from the Arabic words Abd and Allah (Allah itself composed of Al- and Ilah). The first letter a in Al-Ilah in its native pronunciation is often unstressed and commonly transliterated by u, a stressed a is often used as well, although any vowel can also be used. It is one of many Arabic theophoric names, meaning servant of God or God's slave. The feminine counterpart of this name is Amatullah.
Adib
Adib (also spelled Adeeb) is both a given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Akif
Akif (also spelled Akef, Arabic: عاكف‎‎) is a masculine given name, it may refer to: one who sits in aitekaf (a sitting in last days of ramadan, done by Muslims to purify themselves). This name is mentioned in sura e Baqara (2nd sura of quran)
Ali
Ali (Arabic: علي‎‎, ʿAlī) is a male Arabic name derived from the Arabic root ʕ-l-w, which literally means "high" or "elevated". It is a common name in Arab countries and the rest of the Muslim world. Islamic traditional use of the name goes back to the Islamic leader Ali ibn Abi Talib but the name is identical in form and meaning to the Hebrew: עֵלִי ‎‎, Eli, which goes back to the High Priest Eli in the biblical Books of Samuel.
Şakir
Şakir is a Turkish name. Şakir or Sakir may refer to:
Şerif
Şerif is a Turkish name. Notable people with the name include:
Şevket
Şevket is the Turkish form of the Arabic male name Shawkat. People named Şevket include:
Abd al-Malik
Abd al-Malik is an Arabic male first or last name. There are two forms in several variants of transliteration:
Abdallah
Abdallah (also Abd-Allah or Abdullah; Arabic: عبد الله, DMG ʿAbd Allāh) is a male Arabic name, meaning ' Carle or 'Servant of God'. The name is used throughout the Islamic world. Men who convert to Islam, often add Abdallah her name.
Abdelhak
Abdelhak (عبد الحق DMG Abd al-Ḥaqq) is a male given name of Arabic origin.
Abdelhamid
Abdelhamid, also Abdel Hamid (Arabic: عبد الحميد, DMG Abd al-Ḥamīd), is a male name of Arabic origin, which occurs as a family name.
Abdelkader
Abdel Kader or Abdel-Kader (Arabic: عبد القادر, ʿAbdu ' l-qādir) is an Arabic male given name. The name means "Servant of the Almighty". The form of Abdel Kader is common especially in the Maghreb. In the form of Abdulkadir, the name in Turkey is known as were in Afghanistan, Pakistan and India.
Abdelkarim
Abdelkarim (Arabic: عبد الكريم DMG Abd al-Karīm) is a masculine given name of Arabic origin.
Abdulkadir
Abdulkadir or something rare Abdülkadir is someone who creates about a Turkish male given name meaning. The name is Arabic origin meaning the servant of the Almighty. The name is this from Abdul, what servant of the... means and k (Arabic: Qadir), which in turn powerful means and is one of the 99 names of Allah, together. Thus the name Hema of the servants of the Almighty in particular, God servant or a servant of Allah in general means. A common and occurring mostly in Turkish short form of the name is k.
Abdülkerim
Abdülkerim is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin, formed from the elements of Abd and one of the 99 names of God. Abdülkerim means "Servant of the Honorable". Another form of the name is Osama.
Adil
Adil (Arabic Tammy, ʿĀdil DMG) is an Arabic male given name (عدل, DMG ʿadl) is derived from the Arabic ADL for law, justice. The name occurs altogether in Islamic cultures, in Kurdish and Turkish, and has the meaning to someone who observed the laws, is just. The Turkish feminine form is Mary.
Ahmed
Ahmed (Arabic أحمد DMG aḥmad 'he') is a variant of the name Ahmad a particular Arabic male given name and family name. The Turkish form of the name is Aaron.
Aiman
Aiman is an Arabic name.
Alemdaroğlu
Alemdaroğlu is a Turkish originally patronymic surname meaning "Son of the Abbott". Abbott in turn is a Turkish male given name of Arabic and Persian origin meaning "the flag bearer".
Alican
Abdallah is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "exalted friend", which is also a family name.
İhsan
Ihsan is a Turkish male and female name of Arabic origin meaning "Blessing", "Gift".
İzzet
Izzet is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin, meaning "Value" or "Size". Izzet occurs as a family name.
Ömer
Abubakar is a Turkish given name meaning "Life". The name is of Arabic origin and derived from the Arabic name Umar, which relates to the second Caliph Umar ibn al-Khattab.
Şaban
Şaban is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin. The name refers to the Sha'aban, the eighth month of the Islamic lunar calendar.
Şadi
Şadi is a Turkish/Kurdish male given name of Persian origin. Also the name SADI with Arab origin exists as a Turkish name. An Arabic form of the name is sa'di (Arabic سعدي) with the meaning "happy".
Şerafettin
Şerafettin is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin.





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