Muslim Meaning: The name Maqbool is a Muslim baby name. In Muslim the meaning of the name Maqbool is: Accepted.
Accepted, admitted, granted, approved, Origin: Arabic
Meaning. Maqboolah. A noted woman of the past. Maqsooda. Intended, destined.
Accepted, admitted, granted, approved, fem of Maqbool, Origin: Arabic
Ibn Ahmad al-Sajazi, had this name, Origin: Arabic
The name Humayd is an Arabic baby name. In Arabic the meaning of the name Humayd is: Praised.
Diminutive of Ahmad, praised, Origin: Arabic
- Ahmad - ah-MAHD
Arabic Meaning: The name Ahmad is an Arabic baby name. In Arabic the meaning of the name Ahmad is: Much praised. One of many names of the prophet Muhammad.
Most highly adored or most praised, this is also a variation of the name 'Muhammad', Origin: Arabic
The name Hanbal is an Egyptian baby name. In Egyptian the meaning of the name Hanbal is: Pristine.
Follower of Imam Ahmad Bin Hambal, Origin: Arabic
Meaning of Bakkar. Bakkar is an Arabic name for boys that means “one who leaves early in the morning”, such as a person who leaves home early for work. Anaya.
He was Ibn Ahmad, Abu Isa a reciter of the Quran and Author, Origin: Arabic
Kamill is a name used in a number of languages. ... Kamil (كامل)(കാമിൽ) is an Arabic name and some time used as an adjective, more usually transliterated as Kamel which can be translated as "perfect" or "the Perfect One". It is also used in Urdu, Persian and Sindhi meaning "complete".
, consumate, thotough, Abu Bakr Ahmad was Ibn Kamil, he studied with Tabari and was a judge at Kufah and a scholar of Hadith, Origin: Arabic
Kulthum or Kulsum (Arabic: كلثوم) is an Arabic male given name. It means "elephant" or, said of a person, "someone with a chubby face". It is feminized as "Umm Kulthum" (Kulthum's mother). People who had this name: Umm Kulthum.
Daughter of Ahmad bin Ali al-Asiwatiyah was a righteous woman who had memorised the Quran there were many other women of this name including a daughter of the Prophet (S.A.W) a daughter of Sayyidina Abu Bakar (R.A), Name of Companion, Origin: Arabic