Muslim Boys Names Starting with S
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Solwi is an Arabic name for boys that means consolation, comfort.
Sommar is an Arabic name for boys that means one who continues conversation long into the night, figuratively meaning good friend. It is the plural of Saamer.
Steadfastness, firmness, endurance.
Soran is a Kurdish name for boys. It is the name of a region of northern Iraq and one of the main Kurdish dialetcs (Sorani) is attributed to it.
A companion, Returning
Suaidan is an Arabic name for boys that means happy, joyful.
Beautiful (person) of the religion (Islam).
Beautiful. Name of Sahabi who took part in the battle of Badr.
Subail is an Arabic name for boys and less commonly for girls that means pouring rain. It also means ear, spike, the part of a cereal plant (like corn) from which the seeds come out.
Subair is an Arabic name for boys that means patient, enduring.
Subayyaah is an Arabic name for boys that means morning. It is a diminutive form of Sabah.
Holy, Praise, glory. Al-Subhaan, the Glory: one of the names of Allah.
Pertaining to morning.
Patience, one who takes pity on sinners.
It's an Arabic name for boys. It is the diminutive form of Sadn, which means maintainer of the Kaaba, one of the people whose job is to open, close, clean, clothe and maintain the Kaaba, which is the cubic building in the Holy Sanctuary in Mecca, Saudi Arabia.
Sudaiq is an Arabic name for boys that means truthful, sincere. It also means doer of good deeds.
Sudair is an Arabic name for boys that is the diminutive form of Sidr, which is a type of shrub known as the alder buckthorn in English.
Sudairi is an Arabic name for boys that means alder buckthorn (a type of tree). It is the attributive form of Sudair, which is the diminutive form of Sidr.
Sudais is an Arabic and indirect Quranic name that means sixth, one out of six. It is the last name of a famous Quran reciter, Shaikh Abdurrahman as-Sudais, and for this reason some people like to use it for their children. Sudais is derived from the S-D-S (six) root which is used at least twice in the Quran.