Muslim Boys Names
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One that doesn't want to be insulted, High self-esteem
Early and On Time
Arabic for most mature, most eloquent.
Ablaj is a non-Quranic name for boys that means brilliant, lucid, clear, one who has a pleasant complexion.
Abnus is a Persian name for boys and girls that means ebony, which is a dense and expensive type of wood that can sink in water, used for making musical instruments. It is not a Quranic name but Muslims can use it since it doesnt have a bad meaning.
Abou is an Arabic name for boys that means beauty and glow of the face. This name shouldnt be confused with the word Abu which means father of. In Arabic they are two different words with different roots and spellings.
Abqar is a non-Quranic Arabic name for boys that means extraordinary, supernatural, amazing.
Hail, Mail, Ibn Ashras a Narrator of Hadith had this name.
Abraj is an indirect Quranic name for boys that means beautiful-eyed, one who has large black eyes.
Need, strong grip.
Light and Radiance
Obedience, Pious, Righteous, Gifts, Plural of Barr, Peity
Spotted, speckled, A master of penmanship during the early Abbasid period had this name.
Show, unfolded divulged mystery.
Absaar is a direct Quranic name for boys and girls that means vision, insight, keenness, perception, intellect, intelligence, discernment. BLANKENTER And remember Our servants, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob those of strength and [religious]. (Quran 38:45)
Vision, Sight, Plural of Basar
Wide, vast, spacious.
A tree which has scent.
Probably from Abasa to frown, this was the name of Abdullah Ibn-Musa, a scholar and reciter of the Quran, died 828/829
Father of Faridoon (a king).
One who lives in Abtah, a place near Makkah
owner of a hundred camels, The companion of Prophet Muhammad, Name of the first Khalifa of Islam.