99 Names of Allah

Muslim Names : 99 Allah NamesAs all of you have known, there are 99 names of Allah. These names have great meanings and recommended to be use as Muslim baby names as long as ‘Abdul‘ which means ‘Servant’ is added in front of the names. It is forbidden to use the names without it. For example you can named your son as Abdul Malik or Abdul Hadi.

Below are the list of 99 Names you can use:

  • Ar-Rahman – The most Generous; Compassionate; Beneficent
  • Al-Quddus – The Holy; Pure from any imperfection
  • As-Salaam – The Source of Peace
  • Al-Mukmin – Guardian of Faith
  • Al-Muhaimin – The Protector; The Guardian
  • Al-‘Aziz – The Mighty; The Strong; The Victorious
  • Al-Jabbar – The Compeller
  • Al-Mutakabbir – The Greatest; The Majestic
  • Al-Khaliq – The Creator
  • Al-Bari’ – The Evolver; The Maker
  • Al-Mushawwir – The Fashioner; The Shaper
  • Al-Ghaffaar -The Forgiving; The Great Forgiver
  • Al-Qahhaar -The Dominant; The Subduer
  • Al-Wahhaab – The Giver of all
  • Ar-Razaaq – The Sustainer; The Provider
  • Al-Fattaah – The Opener; The Reliever
  • Al-‘Alim – The Knowledgeable; The Knower of all
  • Al-Qabidh – The Retainer; The Withholder
  • Al-Basith – The Expander; The Enlarger
  • Al-Kafidh – The Abaser
  • Ar-Raafi’ – The Exalter
  • Al-Mu’iz – The Honorer
  • Al-Muzil – The Dishonorer
  • As-Samii’ – The Listener; Listens to everything
  • Al-Basiir – The All-Seeing
  • Al-Hakam – The Judge
  • Al-‘Adl – The Just
  • Al-Lathif – The Most Gracious;
  • Al-Khabir – The Aware; Knowing
  • Al-Halim – The Forebearing; The Patient and Calm
  • Al-‘Azim – The Almighty
  • Al-Ghafuur – The All-Forgiving
  • As-Shakuur – The Grateful
  • Al-‘Aliy – The Most High
  • Al-Kabiir – The Most Great
  • Al-Hafiizh – The Preserver; The Protector
  • Al-Muqiit – The Feeder
  • Al-Hasiib – The Reckoner
  • Al-Jalil – The Most Perfect
  • Al-Karim – The Most Generous
  • Ar-Raqib – The Watcher
  • Al-Mujib – The Granter
  • Al-Waasi’ – The Vast
  • Al-Hakim – The Wise
  • Al-Waduud – The Loving
  • Al-Majid – The Most Glorious
  • Al-Baa’ith – The Resurrector
  • As-Syahid – The Witness
  • Al-Haq – The truth
  • Al-Wakil – The trustee
  • Al-Qawiy – The most Strong
  • Al-Matiin – The most Firm
  • Al-Waliy – The Protector
  • Al-Hamid – The Praiseworthy
  • Al-Muhshi – The Counter
  • Al-Mubdi’ –  The Originator
  • Al-Mu’iid – The Reproducer
  • Al-Muhyi – The Restorer
  • Al-Mumiit – The creator of death; The Destroyer
  • Al-Hayyu –  The Alive
  • Al-Qayyuum –  The Self-Subsisting
  • Al-Waajid  – The Finder
  • Al-Maajid – The Glorious
  • Al-Waahid – The Unique; The Only One
  • Al-Ahad – The One
  • As-Samad – The Eternal; The Independant
  • Al-Qaadir – The Able; Capable
  • Al-Muqtadir – The Powerful
  • Al-Muqoddim – The Expediter
  • Al-Mu’akhir –  The Delayer
  • Al-Awal –  The First; The Earliest
  • Al-Akhir – The Last; Without an end
  • Az-Zahir – The Manifest
  • Al-Batin – The Hidden
  • Al-Waliy –  The Governor; Owns Everything
  • Al-Muta’aali – The most Exalted
  • Al-Barru – The source of all Goodness
  • At-Tawwaabu – The acceptor of Repentance
  • Al-Muntaqim – The Avenger
  • Al-‘Afuw – The Forgiver
  • Ar-Ra’uuf -The Compassionate
  • Maalikul Mulk – The Eternal owner of Sovereignty
  • Zul-Jalaali Wal-Ikraam – The Lord of Majesty and Bounty
  • Al-Muqsith -The Equitable
  • Al-Jaami’ – The Gatherer
  • Al-Ghaniy – The Self-Sufficient
  • Al-Mughniy – The giver of Richness
  • Al-Maani’ – The Preventer
  • Ad-Dhaar – The Creator of harm
  • An-Naafi’ – The Creator of good
  • An-Nuur – The giver Light
  • Al-Hadi – The giver of Guidance
  • Al-Baadii’ – The Originator of Beauty
  • Al-Baaqiy – The Everlasting
  • Al-Waris – The Supreme Inheritor
  • Ar-Rasyid – The giver of Guidance
  • Ash-Sabuur – The Patient
  • Ar-Rahim – The most Merciful
  • Al-Malik –The King

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