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Urdu: ریحان
Hindi: रेहान
Arabic: ريحان
Bangla: রায়হান
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Rayhaan name brief:

Rayhan is a Persian name and when directly translated, means “fragranced herb” or “heaven flower”. ... The Gaelic surname Rehan derived from this name and it can be spelt in a variety of different ways including, Rayhaan, Raihan, Rehan and Rihan. However, the name is primarily used in Arabic speaking countries.

Rayhaan is baby boy name mainly popular in Muslim religion and its main origin is Arabic. Rayhaan name meanings is Sweet Smelling plant, any flower except rose, comfort.
People search this name as Rayhaan.
Rayhaan is written in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla as ریحان, रेहान, ريحان, রায়হান. Other similar sounding names can be Rayan, Rayees, Rayhan, Rayn, Rayyan, Raya, Rayah, Rayan, Rayann, Rayhanah, Rayia, Rayna, Raytah, Rayya, Rayyaa, Rayyah.

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Each letter meanings in Rayhaan Name.

  • R Resourceful, in any challenge that comes your way
  • A Altruism, the unselfish you.
  • Y Youthful, your eternal look.
  • H Hero, as you appear to many.
  • A Adorable, how precious
  • A Adaptable, for the world is full of unique challenges
  • N Normal, step outside of the box!

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