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We have a large amount of popular Muslim baby boy names with meanings. The Muslim boy name should be meaningful. Hence the name of a Muslim is of such a nature that by the mere mention of it, the listener understands that the person so addressed, is a Muslim. It is for this reason that our elders laid great emphasis on keeping good and pleasant baby boy names.

It is indeed a joyous occasion when parents are blessed with a baby boy. However, the extent of the joy could be enhanced even further if the laws of Shariat are followed. When choosing a Muslim baby name for the child, it should be done with the intention that the baby boy will be blessed with the barakah of that name. We hope that the website will prove useful to parents and relatives of new born to choose and select beautiful Muslim baby boy names of their choice from our names database.

The barakah of naming a child after the beloved name of Rasoolullah (Sallallahu-alayhi-wasallam):

Rasoolullah (Sallallahu-alayhi-wasallam) said: “Whoever is named after me with the hope of being blessed, he will be blessed and will be in peace till the Day of Qiyaamah.”
He also said: “To whomever is born a boy and he names him Muhammad solely for the love of me and for the blessings of my name, then both he (the father) and his son will enter Jannah.”

Undesirable names should be changed:
Aaishah (RA) reports that Rasool (Sallallahu-alayhi-wasallam) used to change displeasing names replacing them with good names.

Abdullah bin Umar (RA) relates that one of his sisters was names Aasiyuah (disobedient). Rasoolullah (Sallallahu-alayhi-wasallam) changed it to Jameelah (beautiful).

Zainab (RA) says that I had been named Birrah (pious). Rasoolullah (Sallallahu-alayhi-wasallam) said: “Do not claim piety for Allah knows best who amongst you are pious. Name her Zainab!”

Be proud of your identity and faith:
Muslims should always be proud of their identity and faith. Nowadays, to conceal his identity, it is common practice for a person to ‘westernize’ his name, like substituting Yoosuf with oe or Joseph, Sulaimaan with Solly or Sully, Faatimah with Fatli, Sumayyah with Summi etc. Efforts to distort such beautiful names meely reveal an un-Islamic and sacreligious attitude.
 

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