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
Ismaeel Boy Prophets Name
Ismayil Boy Prophet's Name
Israail Boy The Chosen One
Israfil Boy Angel who will Blow the Trumpet
Ittifaq Boy Unity, Friendship, Harmony
Izzudin Boy Might of the Faith
Ibn-Sina Boy Add Meaning
IbnAbbas Boy Son of Abbas
Ibraheem Boy A Prophet's Name, The Biblical Abraham is the English Language Equivalent
Ibrahima Boy Add Meaning
Ieethaar Boy Sacrifice, Selflessness
Iftikhar Boy Glory, Honour
Ihtesham Boy Magnificent
Ihtiraam Boy Honour, Hold in Honour
Ihtisham Boy Pomp, Magnificence
Ikhtiyar Boy Choice, Preference, Selection
Imadudin Boy The Pillar of the Faith
Immeghar Boy Add Meaning
Inshirah Boy The 94th Surah of the Quran Advancing, Happiness
Intakhab Boy Election
Intekhab Boy Chosen
Intikhab Boy Selection, Choice
Iqtidaar Boy Capability, Power
Isabhani Boy Add Meaning
Isbahani Boy From Isbahan, Abu Bakr Ibn Ashtah, Among Them, He Wrote on the Syntax and Rhetoric of the Quran