Children are a blessing of Allah (SWT) and joy of life. To parents, kids are one of the biggest rewards bestowed upon them by Allah (SWT). They bring happiness to one's life and give a person to strive for in this world. Children are also a great source of salvation for the Muslims for it is our belief that taking care of one's children leads to the pleasure and favor of the Almighty. As such there are many rights of children that have been placed on parents in Islam. One of them is to give the child a good name, a name that is pleasing and soft or has good meaning. Quran School being one of the leading online Quran digital academies in the world that provide Quran classes over Skype, also has a large database of Muslim names on its website with their meanings. It is vital to give your child a good and pleasing name for that is one of the first rights that the kid deserves. On our website you will find a large list of names for both boys and girls to choose from with their literary meanings. We have a carefully chosen list of Muslim and Islamic baby names including the greatest names such as that of our Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and his companions.

Muslim Baby Boy Name

Muslim Baby Girl Name

Name Gender Meaning
Aara Girl Adoring
Aaraa Girl Embellishing, Adorning
Aarib Boy Handsome, Healthy
Aarif Boy Acquainted, Knowledgeable, Devotee, Knowing, Aware
Aarifa Girl Women who Recognizes Islam
Aarifah Girl Knowing, Women who Recognises (Islam)
Aarish Boy First Ray of Sun
Aariz Boy Respectable Man, Intelligent, Leader of the Nation
Aaron Boy Exalted One, High Mountain
Aaryan Boy Of Utmost Strength, Kind Hearted, Good to Others, Illustrious
Aarzam Boy War, Battle, Quarrel
Aarzoo Girl Wish
Aarzoo Boy Wish
Aarzu Boy Wish, Hope, Love
Aasaal Boy Real, Pure, Evening Time
Aasaf Boy Clear, Lined Up
Aaseamah Girl Add Meaning
Aaseayah Girl Add Meaning
Aaseemah Girl Add Meaning
Aaseeyah Girl Add Meaning
Aaseiyah Girl Add Meaning
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Aasfa Girl Protector, Guardian
Aashi Girl Love, Full Smile