Muslim Girls Names Starting with B
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She was the daughter of Munziq at-Tamimah AN
Smiling, fem. of Bassam.
Bathna is an Arabic name for girls that means beautiful, soft and delicate. It is more commonly written as Basna. Both spellings are acceptable.
Batia is an Arabic name for girls that means tall, slender.
Batlaa is an Arabic name for girls that means resolved, resolute, firm and confident.
Batlah is an Arabic name for girls that means independent.
Pure, Chaste, Virgin (Devoted to Allah)
Batu is an Arabic name for girls that means to reside somewhere, to belong somewhere.
Virgin, pure and chaste. A lady who is purely devoted to Allah, an epithet of Maryam, mother of Prophet Isa, and of Fatima, daughter of Muhammad.
Virtuous, Pious, God-Fearing and Devoted to God
Bawan is a Kurdish name for boys and girls that means fathers beloved, fathers darling. In modern Kurdish it is also used to mean parents.
Bawasim is an Arabic name for girls that means one who smiles, cheerful, happy.
Another name for the Quran
Baydaa is anArabic name for girls that means great desert. It is also the name of a place between the cities of Mecca and Medina in Saudi Arabia.
Worshiper, Servant of Allah
to walk with pride
Bayyina is an Arabic name for girls that means clear sign, clear proof. It is used 19 times in the Quran.
Sign and Proof of Allahs Greatness
White. Bayzaa is a direct Quranic name for girls that means white, pure, moonlit night. The word Bayzaa is used six times in the Quran. Weve seen at least one instance in which the word Bayzaa is used for a boy, but since linguistically it is a feminine word it is best not to use it for boys.The masculine is Abyaz.
Baza is an Arabic name for girls that refers to a hawk (a type of bird of prey) known as the northern goshawk in English.
Bazira is an Arabic name for girls that means sower, one who plants seeds.
Baziriya is an Arabic name for girls that means one who sows seeds.
Big hearten, open handed, bounteous.