Islamic Names | Muslim Baby Names Meaning in Urdu and English

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اپنے بچوں کے اچھے اور پاکیزہ نام رکھنا بہت ضروری ھے - یہاں آپ لڑکوں اور لڑکیوں کےہزاروں نام انگلش اور اردو معنی کے ساتھ فری سرچ کرسکتے ھیں اور اپنے دوست و احباب کو بھیج سکتے ھیں - اگر کوئی نام یہاں موجود نہیں ھے تو آپ ھمیں وہ نام یہاں سبمٹ کرسکتے ھیں
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Name Meaning جنس معنی نام
Masarrat Happiness, delight, joy, (Mussarrat is not correct). لڑكا مسرت
Masarrat Happiness, pleasure. لڑكی مسرت
Maseeb لڑكا اچھے کام کا بدلہ دینے والا مثیب
Maseeh One who is blessed with piety from the cradle to the grave. The Messiah (Jesus), a Prophet. لڑكا مسیح
Maseehuzzaman Masih (Messiah) of the age. لڑكا مسیح الزماں
Masel لڑكا صفتوں والا ، مثال ماثل
Mashal Light لڑكی مشعل
Mashfiq لڑكی شفقت کرنے والی ، مہربان مشفق
Mashhood Witnessed, present, manifest, the day of judgment, the day of Arafah. لڑكا مشھود
Mashhoodah Attested, proved, evidence, clear, manifest, present. لڑكا مشھودہ
Mashhuda لڑكا حاضر ، موجود مشہودہ
Mashkoor The person to whom one is indebted. لڑكا مشکور
Mashkoor لڑكا شکر کرنے والا مشکور
Mashkoora لڑكی شکر ادا کرنے والی مشکورہ
Mashood لڑكا ظاہر ، حاضر مشہود
Masir Destiny, goal. لڑكا مصیر
Masir لڑكا اچھے لوگوں کی نشانی ، اچھے آثار ماثر
Masira لڑكی اچھے کام کرنے والی ماثرہ
Maskin لڑكا مفلس مسکین
Masleh لڑكا اصلاح کرنے والا مصلح
Maslehat لڑكا حکمت صلح مصلحت
Masood Prosperous, happy, dutiful, fortunate, lucky. لڑكا مسعود
Masooda لڑكی سید ، نیک عورت مسعودہ
Masoom Innocent, sinless, infallible, protected. لڑكا معصوم
Masoom لڑكا بے گناہ ، کم سن معصوم
Masooma Innocent. لڑكی پاک معصومہ
Masroor Happy person, joyfull. لڑكا مسرور
Masroor لڑكی خوش مسرور
Masrur Pleased لڑكا مسرور
Mastor لڑكا لکھا ہوا ، لکھا ہوا مسطور
Masun Guarded, well-protected. لڑكا مصون
Masuoodah Present, manifest. لڑكی مسعودہ
Mata لڑكی پونجی ، اثاثہ متاع
Matee لڑكا خدام ، خدمت گار مطیع
Mateen Frimed, constant, solid, a person who has depth in his thought. لڑكا متین
Mateen لڑكی مضبوط ، سنجیدہ متین
Mateenah Firmed, constant, solid, a woman who has depth in his thoughts. لڑكا متینه
Matin Strong, powerful, solid, of resolute mind, durable. Al-Matin: the Strong; one of the names of Allah. لڑكا متین
Matloob Desired, required, sought after. لڑكا مطلوب
Matloob لڑكا طلب کیا گیا مطلوب
Maula لڑكا مدد گار ، مالک مولا
Mausoof Worthy of description, endowed with laudable qualities. لڑكا موصوف
Mawahib Pl. of Mauhiba, gift, talent. لڑكا مواھب
Mawan لڑكا مدد گار معوان
Mawdood Beloved, attached. لڑكا مودود
Mawhoob Gifted, talented, endowed, favoured. لڑكا موھوب
Mawla Helper, protector. لڑكا مولیٰ
Mawsil Naame of a Hanafi Jurist of Iraq (Ibn Mawsil). لڑكا موصل
Mazahir لڑكا ظاہر کرنے والا ، دکھانے والا مظاہر
Mazhar Manifestation, expression, outlook. لڑكا مظھر
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We have a huge number of Muslim and Islamic names with both english meanings and urdu meanings. Baby name given to a child is his or her first gift in life. Therefore, great care must be taken in choosing baby names that have pleasant and beautiful meanings just like our Prophet (pbuh) did.

According to a Hadith a child must be named promptly on birth. The baby name should be meaningful. 'You will be called by your name on the day of judgment' this is another reason why it is important to chose a baby name with good meaning. The prophet (pbuh) was very particular about it. The Prophet has suggested names of the Prophets or Abdullah and Abdur Rahman. He has said,

"Keep the names of the noble Prophets, Allah loves most the names Abdullah and Abdur Rahman. The most truthful names are Harith and Humam, while the most disliked are Harb and Murrah (war and bitter)."

According to Sheikh Sulaiman Moola it is also best to have the names of the Sahaba or Ashab-e-Rasool (RA) because their names were approved by our Prophet (PBUH) himself, if a Sahabi (RA) name or its meaning was not good or according to the shariah the Prophet (PBUH) would ask to change it.

Psychologists now apprehend the wisdom of the effect a person’s name has on his life. But Muhammad (Sallallahu-alayhi-wasallam) had revealed this fact to his followers already 1400 years ago. His teaching to his followers was that children should be given good names, and that meaningless names and those having unsavory connotations should be avoided. Subsequently, we find many incidents mentioned in the Hadith where Rasoolullah (Sallallahu-alayhi-wasallam) changed the names of people with this object.

Another aspect of a person’s name is that it bespeaks a person’s religion. Hence the name of a Muslim is usually of such a nature that by the mere mention of it, the listener understands that the person so addressed, is a Muslim. It is for this reason that our elders laid great emphasis on keeping good and pleasant names.

But since the widespread of Western culture throughout the world, it has become customary amongst Muslims not to take into congnisance the meaning of the name when naming a child. Many do not even bother to ascertain whether it is permissible for one to keep such a name or not. Often, even if the name is correct and suitable, then by way of abbreviating it, its Islamic connotation is distorted. In fact, at times it even becomes unlawful to address one Rahmaan; Abdur-Razzaaq, Razzaqq and Wahhaab are the exclusive epithets of Allah Ta’ala. To address any creation, by such a name, is there unlawful.

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