Zulfiqar (Arabic: ذو الفقار Ḏū-l-Faqār or Ḏū-l-Fiqār) is the sword of Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib (A.S) which is said to have been given to him by the Islamic Prophet Muhammad, according to Shi'ite tradition.
Name of the sword of Hazrat Ali given to him by Hazrat Muhammad S.A.W, Origin: Arabic
The name Ayesha is an Arabic baby name. In Arabic the meaning of the name Ayesha is: Woman. Life. Aisha was the name of the favorite wife of the prophet Mohammed.
Living, well-off, well-to-do, Origin: Arabic
Sibtain. Meaning: Hazrat Imam Hassan (RA) and Hazrat Imam Hussain. Gender: Boy. LIKE12.
Hazrat Imam Hassan (RA) and Hazrat Imam Hussain (RA), Origin: Arabic
Hazrat Isa Name, Origin: Arabic
Alvi. Show similar names Show variant names. Name Alvi generally means Fan of Hazrat Ali, is of Indian origin, Name Alvi is a Masculine (or Boy) name. Person with name Alvi are mainly Muslim by religion. .
Fan of Hazrat Ali (RA), Origin: Arabic
Hadrat or Hadhrat (Arabic: حضرة Ḥaḍrah; Urdu: حضرت Hazret or Hazrat) is an honorific Arabic title used to honour a person. The literal translation of Hadrah is "Presence".
An honorific title, Origin: Arabic
Samawiyah is a Muslim Girl name, meaning of the name is "Another name for Hazrat Fatimah" from Arabic origin.
Another name for hazrat fatimah, Origin: Arabic
Aizah is a lovely, feminine sounding Arabic name that can be adopted by many different families. It also has a great meaning and would surely bestow prosperity with those who have this name. Detailed Meaning. A favourite with Muslim parents, Aizah comes from the name Asia, a after the continent, and means 'prosperous.'
The daughter of Hazrat Ali (A.S), Origin: Arabic
Qamber is a Muslim Boy name which originates from the Arabic language. ... Urdu names meaning dictionary for Muslim boys, and Muslim girls, Muslim baby name like Qamber and others.
Hazrat Ali one slave, Origin: Arabic
Shabeer is baby boy name mainly popular in Muslim religion and its main origin is Arabic. Shabeer name meanings is The son of Hazrat Haroon.
The son of Hazrat Haroon, Origin: Arabic