Muslim Girls Names Starting with M
691 Names, Showing Page 9 of 24
Masakin is an Arabic name for boys that means residence, habitation.
Masar means route (the path(s) taken to reach a destination). It is not directly mentioned in the Quran, but it is derived from S-Y-R root which is used heavily in the Quran, such as in 34:18:
Good News and Glad Tidings | Happiness, Laughter, Joy and Delight. BLANKENTER Masarra is a name for girls meaning delight, joy, cause for celebration. It is an indirect Quranic name, its root is S-R-R which is used a lot in the Quran such as in 84:9:
Happiness, delight, joy, (Mussarrat is not correct).
Masbubah is an Arabic name for girls that means poured, water or drink that is poured into a cup and so on.
Mashaa is an Arabic name for girls that means willpower, will.
Mashahirah is an Arabic name for girls that means famous, popular. It is a plural of Mashhuri, which is an attribution to Mashhur.
Lamp, night light.
Mashar is an Arabic name for boys and girls that means honeycomb cell, the hexagonal cells found inside a honeycomb that contain honey.
Mashariqah is an Arabic name for girls that means eastern, oriental.
wish, desire, will (of Allah)
Mashiyat is an indirect Quranic name for boys and girls that means will power, ability to make choices, will. It is derived from the SH-Y-A root which is used in over 200 places in the Quran.
Included, sought, after, searched for.
Mashta is an Arabic name for boys and girls that means wintertime. It also means winter resort, a place where people spend time during the winter.
Noble, Doing good deeds.
Masla is an Arabic name for boys that means consolation, comfort.
Innocent, sinless, safe-guarded, protected,
Massat is the Turkish form of the Arabic word Massah which means touch, contact. It is used for girls.
Mastoor is an Arabic name for boys and girls that means hidden, covered, figuratively meaning modest. If Mastoor it is spelled in Arabic, the meaning would recorded, written. Both spellings are directly used in the Quran.