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Girl Names of Arabic Origin

Arabic baby names and what they mean, for arabic, arabian, with 168 results. These girl names reached the height of their popularity in 2008 (ADOPTION OF 0.95%) and have remained as common to this day (ADOPTION 0.9%, DOWN 5.8%), but with names like Latifah falling out of fashion. The trendier girl names among these are Amina (#303), Zara (#402), Alaia (#664), Amira (#381) and Aisha (#491), while Amini (TOP 16%) and Umina (78%) are common surnames. Here is the list of Arabic names for boys.

Arabic names

Abia - Alya | Alzena - Bara | Basma - Hadiya | Hafiza - Husayna | Idris - Lila | Lina - Raja | .. - .. | Zahra - Zureidy

Abia - Alya

Abia
"Great." Abiha is a marginally favored kid's name.

Abida
"God's worshipper." Uncommon, but Abida is comparable to common -da surnames Anda (UPPER 23%), Ashida (94%). See also Abina.

Abir
"Aroma, scent." Abir and Abeer were not among 2015's Top names.

Abra
"Father of many." Not that popular as a girls' name. Feminine of Abraham ..

Adara

Adara1, var. Adra1
"Virgin; beauty; noble." Somewhat popular as children's names, Adrah, Adara, etc. are similar to the conventional Adah.

Adiba
"Cultured, refined." Adiba, Adeeba and Adibah were not among 2015's Top names.

Adila
"Righteous, fair." Not that popular as a girls' name. See also Adlai. Feminine of Adil.

Adra

Adra2, var. Adara2
"Virgin." Moderately unfamiliar as a children's name.

Afra
"Young deer; color of earth." Affery and variants are unique as birth names.

Afraima
"Fertile." Not Top 2000 name.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Arabic names: Adara, Adra, Aida, Aisha, Akilah

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Arabic names: Alaia, Ali, Alma

Aida

Aida
"Reward, present." Adoption of Aida, Iyeeda, etc. as baby names in 2015 was 15.3% less than 10 years ago. Also possibly from Latin meaning distinguished ..

Aisha

Aisha
"Alive and well." Asia occurs frequently (UPPER 45%) as a last name. Also possibly means "life" in Swahili ..

Akilah

Akilah
"Bright, intelligent." Less popular today. Akilah was the variation last found (1997) in the Top 2000.

Alaia

Alaia
"Exalted, sublime; to ascend; joyful." Common, with usage of 0.064% for Alaia and variants as baby names in 2015, higher than 0.041% a year ago.

Ali

Ali
"Exalted." Ali is frequently occurring (UPPER 57%) as a feminine name, and exists commonly (UPPER 1%) as a last name. Also used for boys. In English, Ali is used as ..

Alima
"Strong; cultured." Not in Top 2000. See also Aliena.

Alma

Alma
"Nourishing, kind; soul; young woman; learned." Alma, Allma, etc. became less trendy in 2015, falling on average -2 positions as baby names with Alma leading the fall. Modern name ..

Almera
"Princess." Allmeera, Allmeria, Almeera, Almeeria and Almera are more uncommon as forms. Feminine of Elmer ..

Altaira
"Bird." Altaira and Altair were not among 2015's Top names. Also possibly of Latin origin ..

Alya
"Sublime." Alda (UPPER 78%), Ala (25%) are conventional surnames. Also nickname of Alla.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Arabic names for girls.

1. Abia - Alya
Abia, Abida, Abir, Abra, Adara [Adra], Adiba, Adila, Adra [Adara], Afra, Afraima, Aida, Aisha [Ieesha, ..], Akilah, Alaia, Ali, Alima, Alma, Almera [Elmira, ..], Altaira, Alya


Alzena, Amala, Amapola [Pola], Amina, Amira, Anaya, Anisa, Anwar, Ashia, Asima, Asma, Atifa, Ayda, Aza, Azhar, Aziza, Azra, Azucena, Bader, Bara


Basma, Bathshira, Behira, Cala, Cantara, Dalia, Edelmira, Elmira, Fadia, Fadila, Faida, Farrah, Fatima, Galiana, Ghaliya, Ghazala, Habiba, Hadia [Hadiya], Hadil, Hadiya


Hafiza, Hafsa, Hakeema, Hala, Halima, Hamdan, Hamida, Hamna, Hana, Hanan, Hania, Hasana, Hayfa, Hena, Hiba, Hilal, Hind, Huda, Humayra, Husayna


Idris, Ieesha, Iman, Inaya [Anaya], Jameelah [Jamila], Jamila, Jena [Jenna], Jenna [Jena], Jumana, Kalila, Kamilah, Karida, Karima, Ketifa, Khadija, Kismet, Laila, Latifah, Leila [Lila, ..], Lila [Leila]


Lina, Majida, Maysa, Medina, Messina, Mouna, Myisha, Nabila, Nadira, Naila, Naima, Nathifah [Nathifah], Nura, Oma, Pola, Qiturah, Rabab [Rabiah], Rabiah, Rafa, Raja


Rana, Randa, Rashida, Razia, Rihana, Rima, Rimona, Roya, Saba, Safiyah, Sahara [Zahara], Saida, Salama, Salimah [Selima], Samara, Samaria, Samira, Samya, Sana, Scirocco


Selima, Selma, Shadiya, Shakira, Sharifa, Sheherezade, Soraya, Tabina, Tahira, Thana, Thurayya [Soraya], Ulima, Umnia, Vega, Xaviera, Yaminah, Yara, Yasmin, Zahara [Zahra], Zahira


Zahra, Zaida, Zara, Zia, Zohra, Zuleika, Zulema, Zureidy

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