Muslim Meaning: The name Warda is a Muslim baby name. In Muslim the meaning of the name Warda is: Rose.
Warda is baby girl name mainly popular in Muslim religion and its main origin is Arabic. Warda name meanings is Guardian, Protector,Rose. People search this name as Warda, Wardah, Wardan, Warda mean, Wardaan. Warda is written in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla as وارد, वरदा, واردا, বর্ডা. Other similar sounding names can be Waraqah, Ward, Warid, Waris, Warqa, Warqah, Waraqa, Wardah, Wareesha, Warisa, Warizah, Warqa, Warqaa, Warsan.
Warda Name Combinations.
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Warda as First Name
Warda Ethnicity Distribution.
Asian, Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander
American Indian and Alaska Native
Two or More Ethnicities
Hispanic or Latino
Popular personalities with Warda Name.
Warda Al-Jazairia was an arabic pop music musician. She was most prominent from 1951 to 1962. Warda was given the name Warda Fatouki on July 22nd, 1939 in Puteaux, France. She left this life on May 17th, 2012.
Warda was born in 1838. She left this life in 1924.
Amr Warda is a soccer player for the Panetolikos F.C., Al Ahly SC, El Ittihad Alexandria, Egypt national under-20 football team, Egypt national under-23 football team, and Egypt national football team. Amr was born on September 17th, 1993 in Alexandria.
Bashar Matti Warda
Bashar was born on June 15th, 1969 in Baghdad.
William Warda is a polician, journalist, and human rights activist. William was born in 1961 in Mosul.
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