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NAMING A BABY GIRL

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QUESTION: As Salaam Alaikum, Can you tell me what is the correct spelling and pronunciation for a girl’s name, which is pronounced Ah-Ree-Ahh… 1. Thinking it’s either Aria or Arya. Which is more suitable? 2. What is the meaning of both in Arabic? 3. Are either of these suitable for a Muslim girl?   ANSWER: Wa… read more »

What is the meaning and spelling of Ariz Rahman?

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What is the meaning and spelling of Ariz Rahman? بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم (Fatwa: 675/597/M=06/1440)   Areez means wide and vast. Rahman is among the beautiful names of Allah, it means All-Merciful. The spelling is: Areezur Rahman. Allah knows Best! Darul Ifta,Darul Uloom Deoband Original Source Link

Correct spelling of Names

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Can we keep these names with the following spelling? And please mark if any of these names is not permissible for a Muslim boy or girl and please hazrat do mention if we have to do taubah for being called by a name that is not permissible to have. Names: Taiba, Kausar, Ifrah, Shahnaz, Illiyen,… read more »

Please help in naming my son correctly Mohammed Al Yasaa or Muhammad Yasaa

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We are planning to name our child based on prophet Al Yasaa name. 6 : سورة الأنعام 86 وَ اِسۡمٰعِیۡلَ وَ الۡیَسَعَ وَ یُوۡنُسَ وَ لُوۡطًا ؕ وَ کُلًّا فَضَّلۡنَا عَلَی الۡعٰلَمِیۡنَ ﴿ۙ۸۶﴾ But we are in dilemma in correct spelling as Mohammed Al Yasaa or Muhammad Yasaa. Some suggest that we should use Muhammad… read more »

Meaning of the names Nazeem or Naazim

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Q: I would like to know the correct spelling and pronounciation of a name. Is it Natheem/Nazeem/Nazim, ناظيم /نظيم and the meaning of it. Is it also allowed to to name a boy with it by adding Muhammad before the name? A: There is no exact equivalent in English for Arabic names. Nazeem is right… read more »

Keeping the names Israa’eel and Binyaameen

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Q: Is it permissible to name a Muslim child Isra’eel or Benyamin? What’s the correct spelling of both? A: Yes. There is no exact equivalent for the Arabic alphabets in the english language. A close spelling will be Israa’eel and Binyaameen. And Allah Ta’ala (الله تعالى) knows best.   Answered by: Mufti Ebrahim Salejee (Isipingo… read more »

Keeping the name Mana

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Q: I am marrying a convert who is not obliged to change his name as his name does not mean anything that goes against Islam, however my family has requested he still have a Muslim name for the family and Muslim community for introductory purposes, also in case he willingly would like to change his… read more »

Keeping the name “Haadiyah”

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Q: Looking for the correct spelling and meaning of the name Haadiyah. Is it a good name to keep.  A: Yes, it means the one who guides people towards good. And Allah Ta’ala (الله تعالى) knows best.   Answered by: Mufti Zakaria Makada Checked & Approved: Mufti Ebrahim Salejee (Isipingo Beach) Original Source Link

Transliteration for the name Aaminah

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Q: I need to know the correct spelling and meaning of the name of Nabi (sallallahu alaihi wasallam)’s mother. Is it Amina, Aamina, Aminah Amna, Ameena OR any other. Please also help me out how to write and pronounce it correctly in urdu. A: There is no exact transliteration for the Arabic names. A close… read more »

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