Monday, March 2, 2015

A-Arabic Baby Boy Names

Arabic baby boy names with meanings starting with 'A'


Aabid: Worshiper
Aadil: Just, Upright
Aafiya: Good Health
Aahil: Prince
Aalam: World
Aalee: High, Sublime
Aalim: A scholar that is religious, religious scholar
Aamil: A Doer, Work man
Aasim: A Person who keeps away from the sins
Aatif: Kind, Affectionate
Aaus: A Name of a tree
Aazim: Determined
Abaan: An old Arabic name
Aban: Old Arabic name
Abbas: Gloomy look, description of a lion
Abbud: Worshipper
Abbudin: Worshippers
Abd Al-Ala: Slave of the High
Abdul Aalee: Servant of the Most High
Abdul Adl: Servant of the Just
Abdul Afuw: Slave of the one who pardons
Abdul Ahad: Slave of he who is one (Allah)
Abdul Aleem: Servant of the Omniscient
Abdul Ali: Slave of the High one
Abdul Alim: Servant of the Omniscient
Abdul Aliyy: Servant of the Most High
Abdul Awwal: Slave of the First One
Abdul Azeez: The servant of the most powerful
Abdul Azim: Servant of the Mighty
Abdul Aziz: Servant of the Powerful one
Abdul Baari: Servant of the Creator
Abdul Baasit: Servant of the Extender and Creator
Abdul Badee: Slave of the originator
Abdul Badi: Servant of the Incomparable
Abdul Baith: Slave of the one who raises death, servant of the resurrector
Abdul Baqi: Slave of the Eternal, Servant of the Everlasting
Abdul Bari: Slave of the creator
Abdul Barr: Servant of the Source of All Goodness
Abdul Baseer: Slave of the All-Seeing
Abdul Basir: Servant of the All-Seeing
Abdul Basit: Servant of the Extender
Abdul Batin: Slave of the unseen
Abdul Fattah: Slave of the opener (of the gates of sustenance), Slave of the Giver of Victory
Abdul Ghafaar: Servant of the Forgiver
Abdul Ghaffar: Servant of the Forgiver
Abdul Ghafoor: Servant of the Forgiver
Abdul Ghafur: Servant of the Forgiving
Abdul Ghani: Servant of the Self-Sufficient
Abdul Hadi: Servant of the Guide
Abdul Hafeez: Slave of the Protector
Abdul Hafiz: Slave of the Guardian, Servant of the Protector
Abdul Hakam: Servant of the Arbitrator
Abdul Hakeem: Servant of the Wise
Abdul Hakim: Servant of the Wise one
Abdul Haleem: Servant of the Mild and Patient
Abdul Halim: Slave of the Wise, Servant of the Patient One
Abdul Hameed: Servant of the Praiseworthy and the Ever-Praised
Abdul Hamid: Slave of the Praiseworthy, Servant of the Praised One
Abdul Hannan: Slave of the Merciful
Abdul Haq: Servant of the Truth
Abdul Haqq: Servant of the Truth
Abdul Haseeb: Servant of the Respected and Esteemed
Abdul Hasib: Servant of the Respected, Esteemed

Abdul Hayy: Slave of the Living
Abdul Jabaar: Servant of the Mighty
Abdul Jabbar: Servant of the Compeller
Abdul Jaleel: Servant of the Revered and the Great
Abdul Jalil: Servant of the Great, Revered one
Abdul Jawwad: Slave of the Bountiful
Abdul Kabir: Slave of the Great
Abdul Kareem: Servant of the Noble and Generous
Abdul Karim: Servant of the Noble, Generous one
Abdul Khabir: Slave of the one who is aware, Servant of the Aware
Abdul Khaliq: Servant of the Creator
Abdul Lateef: Servant of the Kind
Abdul Latif: Servant of the Kind One
Abdul Maajid: Slave of the Excellence
Abdul Maalik: Slave of the Master, the Lord
Abdul Majeed: Servant of the Glorious
Abdul Majid: Servant of the Glorious One
Abdul Malik: Servant of the Master (or King)
Abdul Mani: Slave of one who prevents
Abdul Mannan: Slave of the Benefactor
Abdul Mateen: Slave of the Firm
Abdul Matin: Servant of the Firm, Strong
Abdul Mubdee: Slave of the Originator
Abdul Mubdi: Servant of the Originator
Abdul Mueed: Slave of the Restorer, the Reproducer
Abdul Mughni: Servant of the Enricher
Abdul Muhaimin: Servant of the Supervising, the Protector, the Guardian
Abdul Muhaymin: Slave of the Protector
Abdul Muhsi: Servant of the Reckoner
Abdul Muhsin: Slave of the Benefactor
Abdul Muhyee: Slave of the one who gives life and which he who sustains it
Abdul Muhyi: Servant of the Giver of Life
Abdul Muid: Servant of the Restorer
Abdul Muiz: Servant of the Giver of Might and the Glory
Abdul Muizz: Servant of the Giver of Might and Glory
Abdul Mujeeb: Servant of the Responder
Abdul Mujib: Servant of the Responder
Abdul Mumin: Servant of the Giver of Faith
Abdul Munim: Slave of the Generous
Abdul Muntaqim: Slave of him who punishes wrongdoings
and seizes retribution
Abdul Muqaddim: Servant of the Expediter
Abdul Muqeet: Slave of the Sustainer
Abdul Muqsit: Slave of the Just
Abdul Muqtadir: Servant of the Powerful
Abdul Musawwir: Slave of the Fashioner
Abdul Mutaal: Servant of the Most High
Abdul Muti: Slave of the Giver
Abdul Muzanni: He was a narrator of Hadith
Abdul Nafi: Servant of the Benefactor
Abdul Naseer: Slave of the Helper
Abdul Nasir: Servant of the Helper, Protector
Abdul Nasser: Servant of the Victorious One
Abdul Noor(Abdul Nur): Slave of the one who is Light
Abdul Qaadir: Servant of the Capable
Abdul Qadeer: Slave of the Powerful
Abdul Qadir: Servant of the Capable
Abdul Qahaar: Servant of the Subduer and the Almighty
Abdul Qahhar: Servant of the Subduer, the Almighty
Abdul Qawi: Servant of the Most Strong
Abdul Qayyum: Slave of the Self-Subsistent
Abdul Quddus: Servant of the Most Holy
Abdul Qudoos: Servant of the Most Holy
Abdul Raafi: Servant of the One Who Raises (intellect, esteem), One who Elevates
Abdul Rabb: Slave of the Lord
Abdul Rafi: Servant of the One Who Raises, Elevates (intellect,esteem)
Abdul Raheem: Servant of the Most Compassionate
Abdul Rahim: Slave of the Compassionate, Slave of the Merciful
Abdul Rahman: Servant of the merciful one, Servant of the Beneficent
Abdul Raqib: Slave of the Vigilant
Abdul Rashid: Servant of the Rightly Guided One
Abdul Rauf: Servant of the merciful, the compassionate
Abdul Razzaq: Servant of the Maintainer, the Provider
Abdul Sabur: Servant of the Patient
Abdul Salam: Servant of the Peace
Abdul Samad: Servant of the Eternal
Abdul Sami: Servant of the All-Hearing
Abdul Sattar: Servant of the Protector
Abdul Shahid: Servant of the Witness
Abdul Shakur: Servant of the Most Thankful
Abdul Tawwab: Slave of the Acceptor of repentance, the relenting, Servant of the Forgiver
Abdul Waali: Slave of the Governor
Abdul Wadud: Servant of the Loving
Abdul Wahhab: Servant of the Giver
Abdul Wahid: Slave of the Unique One
Abdul Wajid: Slave of the Finder, the Perceiver
Abdul Wakil: Slave of the Trustee
Abdul Wali: Servant of the Governor
Abdul Waliy: Slave of the Protecting Friend
Abdul Warith: Servant of the Supreme Inheritor
Abdul Wasi: Slave of the All-Embracing
Abdul Zahir: Servant of the Manifest
Abdul-Aalee: Servant of the Most High
Abdul-Adheem: Servant of the Most Great
Abdul-Aleem: Servant of the All-Knowing
Abdul-Baaqi: Servant of the Everlasting
Abdul-Baari: Servant of the Evolver
Abdul-Baasit: Servant of the Expander
Abdul-Barr: Servant of the source of Goodness
Abdul-Dhahir: Servant of the Manifest
Abdul-Ghaffar: Servant of the forgiver
Abdul-Ghafur: Servant of the All-Forgiving
Abdul-Ghani: Servant of the Self-Sufficient
Abdul-Hadi: Servant of the Guide
Abdul-Hafeedh: Servant of the Preserver
Abdul-Hakeem: Servant of the Wise
Abdul-Haleem: Servant of the Forbearing One
Abdul-Hameed: Servant of the Praiseworthy
Abdul-Haqq: Servant of the Truth
Abdul-Haseeb: Servant of the Reckoner
Abdul-Jabbar: Servant of the Compeller
Abdul-Jaleel: Servant of the Sublime One
Abdul-Kareem: Servant of the Most Generous
Abdul-Khaliq: Servant of the Creator
Abdullah: Servant of Allah
Abdul-Lateef: Servant of the Subtle One
Abdul-Majeed: Servant of the Most Glorious
Abdul-Majid: Servant of the Noble
Abdul-Malik: Servant of the Sovereign Lord
Abdul-Mu'eid: Servant of the Restorer
Abdul-Mughni: Servant of the Enricher
Abdul-Mu'izz: Servant of the Honourer
Abdul-Mughni: Servant of the Enricher
Abdul-Mujeeb: Servant of the Responsive
Abdul-Mumin: Servant of the Guardian of Faith
Abdul-Muqtadir: Servant of the Powerful
Abdul-Muta'alee: Servant of the Most Exalted
Abdul-Nur: Servant of the Light
Abdul-Qaadir: Servant of the Able
Abdul-Qahhar: Servant of the Subduer
Abdul-Qaiyoum: Servant of the Self-Sustaining
Abdul-Quddus: Servant of the Holy
Abdul-Rasheed: Servant of the rightly guided
Abdul-Rashid: Servant of the rightly guided
Abdul-Waajid: Servant of the Finder
Abdul-Wadood: Servant of the Loving
Abdul-Wahhab: Servant of the Best-ower
Abdul-Warith: Servant of the Supreme Inheritor
Abdullah: Servant of God
Abdur Rahman: Slave of Allah
Abdur Rashid: Slave of the Guide
Abdur Razzaq: Slave of the provider, also Ibn Hammam was one of those prominent people who had this very name
Abdur-Raheem: Servant of the Most Merciful
Abdur-Rahman: Servant of the Most Gracious
Abdur-Raqeeb: Servant of the Watchful
Abdur-Rasheed: Servant of the Guide to Right Path
Abdur-Rauf: Servant of the Compassionate
Abdur-Razzaq: Servant of the Provider
Abdus: The name of a narrator of Hadith
Abdus Sabur: Slave of the Forbearing
Abdus Salaam: Slave of the Giver of Peace
Abdus Samad: Slave of the Eternal, The Independent
Abdus Sami: Slave of the All-Hearing
Abdus Sattar: Slave of the one who conceals faults
Abdus Shafi: Slave of the Healer
Abdus Subbooh: The Slave of the Extremely pure
Abdush Shahid: The Slave of the Witness
Abdus-Sabour: Servant of the Patient
Abdus-Salaam: Servant of the Source of Peace
Abdus-Samad: The Servant of the Eternal
Abdus-Sameei: Servant of the All-Hearing
Abdus-Shaheed: Servant of the Witness
Abdus-Shakur: Servant of the Appreciative
Abdush Shahid: Slave of the Witness
Abid: Worshipper, adorer
Abidin: Worshippers, adorers
Abyan: Elequent
Abzari: Seeds, spice, seedsman, one who sows; the Persian scribe and memoriser of tradition, also Abu-Ishaq Ibrahim had this name
Adam: The first prophet.Our first fore-father.
Adan: (Garden of) Eden
Adawi: Grandson of Sayyindina Umer
Adbul-Qawi: Servant of the Most Powerful
Adeeb: A literary Person
Adeel: Just
Adeem: Rare
Adel: Honorable Judge, One who Jugdes Fairly
Adham: Black or dark
Adheem: The most great
Adib: Cultured, well-mannered one
Adil: Just and Honest
Adiy: A companion of the Prophet, also this is the name of the son of Hatim Tiay known for his generosity and also the son of Thabit had this very name
Adl: Justice
Adli: Judicial
Adnan: Old Arabic Muslim name, A tribal ancestor of the Quraysh, the Prophet (S.A.W) was from this tribe; there were other noted men too later in history who had this kind of name; for instance, word bin Hakim, a scholar of Basrah.
Aduz Zahir: Slave of the Manifest
Adyan: A nabee was named by this name
Afaaq: The place where Earth & Sky meet
Afeef: Pure, Chaste, Pious
Affan: A Forgiving person
Afham: Loving
Afif: Chaste, Modest
Afiq: Honest
Afraz(Afruz): Standing tall like a mountain, ability to withstand all that is thrushed upon it
Aftaab: Bright, prosperous, the sun
Aftab: Sun
Afzal: Best, top most
Agharr: Beautiful, handsome, distinguished illustrious, noble, magnanimous.The name of a companion of the Prophet, bin al-Muzan; he transmitted a hadith: "My heart is invaded by unmindfulness and I ask Allah's forgiveness a hundred times a day.
Ahab: Strong
Ahad: The one
Ahmad(Ahmed): Most highly adored or most praised, this is also a variation of the name 'Muhammad'
Ahmar: Red Coloured
Ahnaf: Name of a narrator of one of the hadiths
Ahsan: The best of all
Ahwas: Having narrow, contracted or squinting eye.He reported his father quoting a hadith from Prophet; " Do not ask me about evil, but ask me about good; the worst evil consists in learned me who are evil and the best good in learned men who are good".
Ahyan: Gift of God
Ahzab: A name of a narrator of Hadith
Aidan: Help, intelligent
Aidh: The name of a reciter of the Holy Qur'an
Aijaz: Blessing
Aiman: Fearless
Aizat: Sweetness
Ajer: Reward
Ajib: Wonderful
Ajlah: A name of a narrator of Hadith
Ajmal: Beautiful
Akbar: Great
Akdas: Most holy book
Akeem: Wise
Akhas: Name of narrator of hadith
Akhdan: Best Friend
Akhtar: A Star, good man
Akif: Attached, Intent, Focused
Akil: Intelligent, thoughtful, one who uses reasoning or reason
Akmal: Lion
Akram: More Generous
Ala: Nobility, excellence
Ala al Din: Excellence of faith
Ala': Nobility
Aladdin(Ala al Din): Nobility of faith
Al hakeem: The Wise
Ali(Aliyy): Noble, sublime, the highest, greatest, excellent, name of the Prophet's son-in-law and the fourth Caliph
Alim: Learned or Wise
Al-Kareem: Educator, teacher
Alman: Kind, willing and wiseman
Almir: Prince
Altaf: Kindness
Altair: First magnitude star in the constellation Lyra, the flying eagle
Altamash: Name of a famous king
Amaan: The most lovelable
Amaar: One who prays 5 times and fasts
Amam: Safety, Protection
Amayr: Crown
Ameer(Amir): Commander, prince, khalifah, ruler, leader
Amer: Rich
Amid: Support
Amin(Ameen): Faithful, trustworthy, custodian
Amir: Populous, prosperous
Amjad: More glorious, more illustrious
Ammaar: One who has strong Imaan.Also a Sahabi, one of the early Muslims, son of Sumaya Rad and Yasir.
Ammar: Long of age and/or Builder, Constructor
Amr: By my life A famous companion had this name, ibn al-Aas who conquered Egypt.Also Ibn al-Ala called Zabban, was one of the seven readers of the Qur'an and an eminent Scholar.
Amro: Old Arabic name
Anas: Affection, love, very sociable, name of one of the Prophet's companions
Anasah: The freed slave of the Prophet had this name
Aneeq: Valuable
Anees: Intimate, friendly
Aniq: Elegant
Anis: Close friend, companion
Aniya: Loving, Concern
Anjam: Stars
Ansar: The first people who converted to the religion
of Islam were the people of Ansar
Antarah: The name of the freed slave of Sulaym.Heroic and a name of an Arab folk hero.
Anwaar: Light, Gleam,Glow
Anwar: More radiant
Anzar: Angel of paradise
Aqdas: Holy, pure
Aqeel: Wise, Intelligent
Aqeil: Knowledgable
Aqil: Old Arabic Muslim name
Arbaaz: Eagle
Arbab: Who who looks after someone or takes care
Areeb: Skillful, Adroit
Areez: Friend
Arsalaan: Lion
Arsh: Dominion , Crown
Arshad: Better guided, honest
Arshaq: Handsome, well-proportioned
Artah: Name of narrator of Hadith
Aryan: Of utmost strength
As'ad: Happier
Asad: Happy, fortunate, lucky, lion
Asadel: Most prosperous one
Asar: Fourth Prayer of the day
Asbagh: Coloured animal, huge flood, dyer
Asbat: Name of a narrator of Hadith
Aseed: The name of a narrator of a Hadith
Asfar: The morning's light
Asgar: Devoted
Asghar: Shorter, Smaller, Junior
Asha'ath: Scattered, Spread about, humble
Ashar: One who has wisdom
Ashaz: One in a million, name of a Sahabi during the time of Prophet.There is a Hadith praising his virtue of patience and the obedience towards his parents.
Asher: Wise, knowledgable
Ashfaq: Compassionate friend
Ashik: Lover, Love
Ashim: Generous
Ashmaan: Heaven
Ashmath: Correct path, The Straight path
Ashraf: Honourable
Asif: Forgiveness
Asim: Protector, defender
Aslam: Peace
Aswad: Black
Ata(Ataa): Gift, Present
Ata al Rahman: Gift of the Beneficent
Ata Allah: Gift of God
Ataubaq: Handsome, beautiful, generous, helpful and got a lot of love to share
Ateeb: Very pious
Athar: Neat, Clean
Athazaz: Unknown, Mystery, Maze
Athier: Lion-hearted
Athil: Firmly rooted
Athir: Favoured, preferred
Atif: United, Joined, Together, Compassionate, Sympathetic
Atik: The black cloth of the kaaba
Atiq: Ancient, Noble
Attiq: Old
Awad: Reward, Compensation
Awf: Guest, fragrance, lion, a plant with a nice smell
Awn: To help, assist
Aws: To give
Awwab: Returning (to Allah)
Aybak: Ibn-Aybak was a leading historian
Aydin: Brilliant, Enlightened, Intelligent,
The light of the moon
Ayham: Brave
Aymaan: Lucky
Ayman: Right Hand, lucky; on the right
Ayoob: A prophet's name
Ayser: Easy in dealing, wealthy
Ayub: A prophet of Allah (swt)
Ayyash: Bread seller
Ayyub: Ayyub was a Prophet of Allah known for his
patience in the face of severity and hardship
Aza: Comfort
Aziz: Powerful (dear)
Azlan: Lion
Azmat: Respect, honour
Azraq: Blue, name of a companion of the Prophet
Azraqi: He was an authority on the history
and geography of Makkah
Azzam: Determined, resolved

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