- Al rafi
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Rafi or Raffi (Arabic: رفیع Persian: رافی Urdu: رفیع) is a name of Arabic origin. The word rafi means "noble". Other common variants include "Rafee", "Rafie", "Rafiq", "Rafay" and "Raffy". Amongst Jews, Rafi is a common nickname for people named Rafael.
One of the names of Allah, Origin: Arabic
The name Rab is a German baby name. In German the meaning of the name Rab is: Famed, bright; shining. An all-time favorite boys' name since the Middle Ages. Famous Bearers: Scottish national hero Robert the Bruce and novelist Robert Ludlum.
, Master, One of the names of Allah, Origin: Arabic
Muslim Meaning: The name Abdul Wadud is a Muslim baby name. In Muslim the meaning of the name Abdul Wadud is: Servant of the Loving.
One of the ninety nine names of Allah, Origin: Arabic
Hawi is a Muslim baby Boy name, it is an Arabic originated name. Hawi name meaning is The beautiful names of Allah and the lucky number associated with Hawi is 7. Find all the relevant details about the Hawi Meaning, Origin, Lucky Number and Religion from this page.
The beautiful names of Allah, Origin: Arabic
Haq Name Meaning. Muslim: from a personal name based on Arabic Haqq 'true', 'truth', 'real'. Al-Haqq 'the Truth' is an attribute of Allah. The name is often found in combinations, for example Abdul-Haqq 'servant of the truth', Nur-ul-Haqq 'light of the truth'.
One of the ninety-nine excellent names of Allah, Origin: Arabic
Raqeeb is a Muslim name for boys meaning Guardian. Read below for Raqeeb's celebrity and ruler associations, and numerological meanings. If Raqeeb is the one, congratulations!
Observer, Quard, One of the names of Allah, Origin: Arabic
Qahar is a Muslim baby Boy name, it is an Arabic originated name. Qahar name meaning is beautiful names of Allah culinary and the lucky number associated with Qahar is 9. Find all the relevant details about the Qahar Meaning, Origin, Lucky Number and Religion from this page.
Beautiful names of Allah culinary, Origin: Arabic
Abdul Wahab (Arabic: عبد الوهاب ) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. ... The name means "servant of the all-giver", Al-Wahāb being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.
Grantor, Giver, One of the names of Allah, Origin: Arabic
Ahad is a Middle Eastern given forename primarily used by Muslims (e.g. Ahad rezayan) and Jews (e.g. Ahad Ha'am). It is also used as a family name (surname) (e.g. Oli Ahad). In Arabic Ahad means "one", "unique" or "matchless" and is usually used by Muslims when referring to God by prefixing Ahad with Al-, i.e.
, without partner, one of the names of Allah, Origin: Arabic
- Khaliq - khah-LEEK
Meaning & History. Means "creator" in Arabic. In Islamic tradition الخليق (al-Khaliq) is one of the 99 names of Allah.
, One of the ninety-nine names of Allah, who creates, Origin: Arabic