- Najm us saqib
Najm Us Saqib is a Muslim Arabic baby boy name. Saqib meaning is "Shining Star".
Shining star, Origin: Arabic
Saqib is a Muslim name for boys meaning Shining Star. Read below for Saqib's celebrity and ruler associations, and numerological meanings. If Saqib is the one, congratulations! If you'd like more options, try our Random Baby Names and Meanings.
Shining Star, Penetrating, piercing, sharp-witted, sagacious, astute, acute, Origin: Arabic
- Sana Ullah
Sanaullah, also spelled Thanaullah (Arabic: ثناء اللہ) is a male Muslim given name and surname, meaning praise of God. Notable people with the name include: Qadi Thanaullah Panipati (died 1810), Early modern North Indian Islamic scholar. Rana Sanaullah Khan (born 1955), Pakistani lawyer.
- Hezb Ullah
Burhan (Arabic: برهان, Burhān) is an Arabic male name meaning proof and is an epithet of the Islamic prophet Muhammad.
- Nasr ullah
Nasrallah (Arabic: نصرالله ) is a male Arabic given name, meaning "Victory of God", and is used by Muslims and Christians alike. It may also be transliterated as Nasrollah (mainly Iranian) or Nasrullah and Nasralla. In modern usage it may appear as a surname.
Help of Allah, Origin: Arabic
- Zuka ullah
The meaning of the name Zuka is The sun, dawn, morning. Name In Arabic : زكى
Sun of Allah, Origin: Arabic
- Fadl Ullah
Muslim Meaning: The name Fadlullah is a Muslim baby name. In Muslim the meaning of the name Fadlullah is: The excellence of God.
Excellence of god, Origin: Arabic
- Walliy ullah
Ullah Name Meaning. Muslim: literally 'of Allah', usually a suffix attached to another word forming a compound Arabic personal name such as ?Abd-Ullah 'servant of Allah' (see Abdullah).
Supporter of God, Origin: Arabic
- Mahbub ullah
Muslim Meaning: The name Mahbub is a Muslim baby name. In Muslim the meaning of the name Mahbub is: Beloved. Dear.
Beloved of Allah, Origin: Arabic
- Zakir ullah
Muslim Meaning: The name Zakir is a Muslim baby name. In Muslim the meaning of the name Zakir is: Remembering. Grateful.
One who praises Allah, Origin: Arabic