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First Name Directory - Starting with I




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.


Ibrahim
Ibrahim (Arabic: إبراهيم‎‎, Ibrāhīm) is the Arabic name of the prophet and patriarch Abraham. He was God's messenger. It is a common first name and surname among Muslims and Arab Christians, a derivative of the name Abraham or Avram from Judaism and Christianity in the Middle East. In Lebanon, Brahim is a common diminutive for the first name Ibrahim.
Idrissa
Idrissa is a variant of the Arabic name Idris (إدريس Arabic, DMG Idrīs, or in the Maghreb Driss) a male given name occurring mainly in West Africa.
Ihab
İhsan
Ihsan is a Turkish male and female name of Arabic origin meaning "Blessing", "Gift".
Ikhtiyar al-Din
Ikhtiyar al-Din (Arabic: اختيار الدين ‎‎) may refer to: Ikhtiyar al-Din (Arabic: اختيار الدين ‎‎) may refer to:
Ikrimah
Ikrimah (Arabic: عكرمة‎‎) is an Arabic name. Ikrimah (Arabic: عكرمة‎‎) is an Arabic name.
Ilyas
Ilyas (Arabic: الياس‎‎) is a form of the masculine given name Elias or Elijah, and may refer to roman
Imad
Imad (also transliterated as Emad, Arabic: عماد‎‎, IPA: [ʕimaːd]) is an Arabic masculine given name and surname which means "support" or "pillar". Imad (also transliterated as Emad, Arabic: عماد‎‎, IPA: [ʕimaːd]) is an Arabic masculine given name and surname which means "support" or "pillar".
Imad al-Din
Imad ad-Din, (Arabic: عماد الدين ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name meaning "pillar of the faith", composed from the elements Imad, meaning pillar, and al-Din, of the faith.[1][2] IIt is also transliterated as Imad al-Din, Imadaddin, Imaduddin, Emadeddin, etc. It may refer to Imad ad-Din, (Arabic: عماد الدين ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name meaning "pillar of the faith", composed from the elements Imad, meaning pillar, and al-Din, of the faith.[1][2] IIt is also transliterated as Imad al-Din, Imadaddin, Imaduddin, Emadeddin, etc. It may refer to
Imtiaz
Imtiaz or Imtiyaz (امتياز) is a given name of Arabic origin, which means "distinct" or "unique". Imtiaz or Imtiyaz (امتياز) is a given name of Arabic origin, which means "distinct" or "unique".
Inam-ul-Haq
Inam-ul-Haq (Arabic: إنعام الحـــق ‎‎), meaning Gift of the Truth, is a masculine Islamic given name.[1][2] Alternative (particularly Bengali) transliterations are Enamul Haque, Enamul Haq, or Anamul Haque. Inam-ul-Haq (Arabic: إنعام الحـــق ‎‎), meaning Gift of the Truth, is a masculine Islamic given name.[1][2] Alternative (particularly Bengali) transliterations are Enamul Haque, Enamul Haq, or Anamul Haque.
Inayatullah
Inayatullah, also spelled Enayat Ollah etc. (Arabic: عنایت اللہ ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name and surname composed of the elements Inayat, meaning care and Allah, meaning of God. Inayatullah, also spelled Enayat Ollah etc. (Arabic: عنایت اللہ ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name and surname composed of the elements Inayat, meaning care and Allah, meaning of God.
Iqbal
Iqbal (Urdu: اقبال ‎) or Eqbal (Persian: اقبال‎‎) is the Persian word for "luck". It is a common Middle Eastern, Central Asian, and South Asian name.
Ishtiaq
Ishtiaq, Arabic: شتیاق‎‎ meaning "longing" or "craving", is a personal name mostly used as name used for a male child in the Muslim and Arab world. It's also spelled as Ishtyaq, Ishtiaqe and Ishtiaque. Ishtiaq, Arabic: شتیاق‎‎ meaning "longing" or "craving", is a personal name mostly used as name used for a male child in the Muslim and Arab world. It's also spelled as Ishtyaq, Ishtiaqe and Ishtiaque.
Ismat ad-Din
(Arabic: عصمة الدين ‎‎) Ismat ad-Din may refer to: (Arabic: عصمة الدين ‎‎) Ismat ad-Din may refer to:
Ismatullah
Ismatullah, Esmatullah and Asmatullah (Arabic: عصمت الله ‎‎) are all spelling variants of the same Muslim male given name, formed from the elements Ismat and Allah. it may refer to Ismatullah, Esmatullah and Asmatullah (Arabic: عصمت الله ‎‎) are all spelling variants of the same Muslim male given name, formed from the elements Ismat and Allah. it may refer to
Izz al-Din
Izz al-Din (Arabic: عز الدين‎‎) "Glory of the Religion", may refer to Izz al-Din (Arabic: عز الدين‎‎) "Glory of the Religion", may refer to
Izzat
Izzat is an Arabic name and may refer to: Izzat is an Arabic name and may refer to:
Izzatullah
Izzatullah, also spelled Ezzatullah or Ezatullah, is a male Muslim given name, formed from the elements Izzat and Allah. It may refer to Izzatullah, also spelled Ezzatullah or Ezatullah, is a male Muslim given name, formed from the elements Izzat and Allah. It may refer to
İzzet
Izzet is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin, meaning "Value" or "Size". Izzet occurs as a family name.





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