Muslim Girl Names Starting with F. Falahat is a Muslim baby Girl name, it is an Urdu originated name. Falahat name meaning is Welfare, benefit. and the lucky number associated with Falahat is 2. Find all the relevant details about the Falahat Meaning, Origin, Lucky Number and Religion from this page.
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Falahat is baby girl name mainly popular in Muslim religion and its main origin is Arabic. Falahat name meanings is Welfare, benefit. Falahat is written in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla as فلاحت, फलहट, فلاحة,فلاحت, ফালাহাত. Other similar sounding names can be Falah, Falih, Faliq, Fallah, Falak, Falakara, Falaki, Falaknaz, Falaq, Faliha, Falihah, Falina, Falisha.
Falahat is one of the most loved baby girl name, its meaning is welfare, benefit, خوشحالی، فائدہ.
Well, Falahat can be written in various beautiful fonts in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla as فلاحت, फलहट, فلاحة,فلاحت, ফালাহাত.
The people with name Falahat are mostly known as Muslim.
Most of the muslim names are orginated from Arabic origin.
The most favourit or lucky stone is سبز قیمتی پتھر .
Falahat name has 7 letter and 1 word and it average name but still not very hard to pronounce.
No! Falahat is an average length name.
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|Numerology of name Falahat||5 (subtotal of 23)|
Falahat has the numerology 5. They are the people who are very adventurous and they are always trying to find new things everywhere they go. The meaning of this name is Welfare, benefit.
Those who have the numerology number 5 are very unique too because they do not just believe in living inside the bubble rather they believe in expanding everything in life. The gender of this name Falahat is Girl. This happens because these people are visionary and they look beyond things.
The religion is Muslim. These are also the people who know how they need to use their freedom and now just waste it or misuse it rather they try and make the most out of the freedom given to them. They do not take freedom as an opportunity to destroy their lives rather they choose it to make them more focused towards life.