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Muslim Baby Boy Names

Muslim Baby Boy Names

Name Meaning Detail
Maabad Maabad is an Arabic name for boys that means worship. It also means temple, place of worship. More Detail
Maad An old Arabian Tribe's name. More Detail
Maadil road, way, method, creed. More Detail
Maadin metal, mineral. More Detail
Maadini metallic, made of metal. More Detail
Maadun inhabited, resided in, a place that is inhabited by people and is not in ruins. More Detail
Maahi Another name for Prophet Muhammad PBUH More Detail
Maahir Skillful, able, experienced, Clever, Genius More Detail
Maajid Glorious, honourable, generous, splended, Allahs attribute , Name Abdul Majid. More Detail
Maakuf a place where people stay overnight, especially describing a mosque where people stay overnight to worship God, as it is done by some people during the month of Ramadan. More Detail
Maalam milestone, road sign. More Detail
Maali Noble, sublime, Excellency. More Detail
Maalik Owner, proprietor, master, an attribute applied to Allah Almighty , Name of a sahabi who took part in the battle of badr , Name of great jurist and scholar of Hadith. More Detail
Maaliki Follower of Imam Malik More Detail
Maamour inhabited, built up. The Quran uses this word to describe al-Masjid al-Haram in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, referring to the fact that it has been continuously inhabited by worshipers for millennia. More Detail
Maamuri inhabited, built up. It is an attribution to Maamour. More Detail
Maan beneficial, helpful. More Detail
Maani One who prevernts, Neglect the forbidden of a matter, Stopping, Opposition. More Detail
Maany It also means virtues, a persons good traits. The name can also be an attribution to the city of Ma`an in Jordan, in which case the meaning would one who comes from the city of Ma`an. More Detail
Maarib Ultimate Goal, Destiny and Conclusion More Detail
Maarif knowledge, wisdom. It is the plural of Marifah. More Detail
Maarij The 70th Surah of the Quran More Detail
Maarufi doer of good deeds, one who does what is appropriate and acceptable. More Detail
Maash livelihood, sustenance. More Detail
Maashar group of people, folk, kinsfolk. More Detail
Maashir communities, societies, folks, groups of people. It is the plural of Maashar. More Detail
Maasib masters, chiefs. It is the plural of Musab (not Musab). More Detail
Maatuq Maatuq is an Arabic name for boys that means freed, freed from slavery. More Detail
Maawiya A young dog or fox (First Umayyad Khalifah) More Detail
Maayish livelihood, sustenance. More Detail