It’s been a while since I updated Muslim Names database. I’d added several more Islamic Baby Girl Names for you to choose from. 😀
Kaisara – Queen
Karmila – Sweet
Khairina – Charity
Khaizuronah – Khalif Harun Al Rasyid mother’s name
Khalishah – Holy
Kiranah – come back
Luqyana – our meeting
Luthfiyah – gentle
These Islamic Baby Girl Names begin with the letter K and L. I hope maybe one of these new muslim names will be your baby’s name..
There are many more Islamic Baby Girl Names and also Islamic Baby Boy Names in my Muslim Names blog. You can search Muslim Names or browse all names in Muslim Names database by clicking on the Alphabetical menu above. 😀
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As for the title of the post ( Muslim Names – Giving a Non-Arabic Name for Muslim Baby ) have indicate this post is for you parents who are wondering if it is okay to give your baby names that is non-arabic. Islam is a universal religion with many races embracing it. Muslim Names I think do not have to be in Arabic language.
There are no restrictions in Islam for Muslims to name their baby, whether baby boys or baby girls with a non-arabic names. It’s up to the Muslim parents to choose the names for their children. However, Islam does prepare a guideline for parents on selecting the proper and good Muslim names for their babies, which you can refer to my previous post on ‘Choosing Muslim Names the Right Way;The Islam Way‘. Islam also emphasizes that Muslims should have good names and make sure to give good Muslim names to their children as well.
An Islamic scholar and a senior lecturer at the Islamic Institute of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Sheikh Ahmad Kutty states:
“Children are a trust in the hands of parents. Parents, therefore, have a duty to receive this divine gift with a true sense of gratitude and do everything at their disposal toprovide the best nurturing. There is nothing better they can do in this regard than by providing them a home filled with love and kindness, and thus contributing to their overall physical, intellectual, ethical and spiritual growth and development. Such a duty begins before the birth of the child and extends all through their lives. Having said this, I must say, that the first important duty when a child is born is to recite the adhan in the right ear in a gentle voice, and give him or her a good name.”
As long as we follow the guidelines on choosing Muslim Names for our babies, there are nothing in the Islamic Sources that indicate we are only allowed to give our children Arabic Names. Any names as long as it have good meanings, no matter in what languages is acceptable as a good Muslim Names. However while choosing Muslim Names for our babies, it is best to choose names that will reflect our Islamic Identities.
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Muslim Names; There are names that are better to be avoided. These names are not suitable to be given to our children as the meanings are not good. Before this I’d posted a guide for Choosing Muslim Names, we are encourage to give good names to our children, and good Muslim Names not only means it have to sound good but also got to have good meanings.
Below are the list of some Names that we are supposed to avoid:
As 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.