Muslim Boys Names Starting with F
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Excellent, Eminent In Learning.
Farnad is a Persian name for boys that means conclusion (the end or end result of something).
Farnam is a Persian name for boys that means one who has a great name, one who has a majestic name, figuratively meaning highly respected, great.
Farnoud is a Persian name for boys that means evidence, clue.
Farokh is a Persian name for boys and girls that means blessed, fortunate, good, agreeable.
Farood is an Arabic name for boys that means unique, peerless, singular.
Comely,One who distinguishes truth from falsehood and right from wrong. Title of the Caliph Umar.
Knowing from right to wrong, Variant transcription of FARUQ
Two bright stars of Ursa Minor.
Farrad is an Arabic name for boys that means one who has his own way of thinking, one who has unique opinions. It also means jeweler, a person who sells jewelry.
There have been men with this name ,Comfort, relief, ease, repose,remedy or improvement ,freedom from grief ,Relief from bad times
Farrajuddin is an Arabic name for boys that means one who is cause for the removal of sadness/worry from the faith, a person whose work and achievements bring joy to the Muslims.
Farrooh is an Arabic name for boys that means happy, joyful.
Beautiful-faced, happy, auspicious, fortunate.
Farsad is a Persian name for boys that means wise, endowed with knowledge, intelligent.
Farsheed is a Persian name for boys that means majestic and radiant.
Fartash is a Persian name for boys that means existence, being, the opposite of nothingness.
One who distinguishes truth from falsehood. Title for Hadrat Umar ibn al-Khattab.
Farvardin is a Persian name for boys and girls that is the name of the first month of the Persian calendar. Its literal meaning is protector of the good and pure people.
Farwa is an indirect Quranic name for girls and less commonly for boys (though originally it was more common for males in Arab cultures) that means crown, wealth. It is derived from the F-R-A (to create, to invent, fur, covering) which is used in many places in the Quran.
Some companions had this name, for instance Ibn-Musayk and Ibn-Nawfal, and ibn-Amr.