Sayed Name Meaning. Muslim: from a personal name based on Arabic sayyid 'lord', 'master', 'chief'. This is a title of respect used for the descendants of Fatima, daughter of the Prophet Muhammad.
Always in control, Origin: Arabic
- Syed tu unisa
Syed-tu-unisa is a unique name with impressive meaning. It belongs to Arabic origin. You can find name meaning of Syed-tu-unisa in both English & Urdu, and other languages as well.
Women'S Leader, Origin: Arabic
Uddin Name Meaning. Muslim: from Arabic ud-din (al-din), meaning '(of) the religion', usually a suffix attached to another word forming a compound Arabic personal name such as ?Salla?h ud-Din (see Saladin).
- Farid uddin
Farid (فريد) also spelt Ferid or Fareed is an Arabic masculine personal name or last name, meaning "unique". Farid is a common male name in the Middle East, the Balkans, North Africa, and South East Asia. People with this name include: Farid ad-Din Attar, Iranian Sufi poet.
Unique, Origin: Arabic
- Minhaj uddin
Minhaj is a Muslim baby Boy name, it is an Arabic originated name. Minhaj name meaning is Way. Program.
Way of religion, Origin: Arabic
- Nusrat uddin
Muslim Meaning: The name Nusrat is a Muslim baby name. In Muslim the meaning of the name Nusrat is: Victory. Help.
Help of the religion, Origin: Arabic
- Najm uddin
Muslim Meaning: The name Najmuddin is a Muslim baby name. In Muslim the meaning of the name Najmuddin is: The star of the Faith.
Star of the religion, Origin: Arabic
- Nasim uddin
Nasseem (Arabic: نسیم) also transliterated as Nacim, Naseem, Nassim, Nesim or Nessim, is a name meaning "breeze".
Breeze of the, Islam, Origin: Arabic
- Zia uddin
The name Ziauddin is a common transliteration of the male Muslim given name more correctly written Ḍiya ad-Dīn, (Arabic: ضياء الدين).
Light of the religion ie Islam, Origin: Arabic
- Sinan uddin
1) Spear in Arabic is NOT Sinan. It is "Romh" رمح 2) 'Spearhead' in Arabic is called "Sin" - a synonym of "tooth". The plural 'spearheads' would therefore become "Asnaan" (as corresponding for the word for 'teeth'), not Sinan. 3) Sinan Bin Thabit was perhaps the first person who had the name Sinan.
Spear of the religion, Origin: Arabic