what are the best persian or islamic baby names (male or female) started with M or A?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    with a there is --

    Aazad (free, independent - Persian word)

    Aban (abaan-more clear)

    Abbad (abbaad-great worshipper)

    Abbas (abbaas-name of the Prophet's uncle)

    Adib (adeeb - cultured, civilised)

    Affan (affaan-name of Caliph Uthman's father)

    Ajwad (better)

    Allam (very knowledgeagble)

    Almas (diamond)

    Amir (aamir-thriving, prosperous)

    Ammar (ammaar-great builder)

    Aniq (neat, elegant, smart)

    Antar (name of Arab hero of chivalry)

    Arwarh (more delicate, more gracious)

    Ashraf (more noble)

    Asif (aasif-describer)

    Asil (aseel-genuine, pure)

    Asir (captivating, fascinating)

    Askari (soldier)

    Awwab (awwaab-great repenter to God)

    Ayaz (ayaaz-slave [Persian])

    Ayham (imaginary)

    Ayman (right-handed, lucky)

    Azhar (very or more evident - Arabic word)

    Aamir

    Abbas

    Abdul-Hafeez

    Abdul-Hakeen

    Abdul-Hakim

    Abdul-Hamid

    Abdul-Jabbar

    Abdul-Karim

    Abdul-Latif

    Abdul-Majid

    Abdul-Qadeer

    Abdul-Qadir

    Abdul-Rahim

    Abdul-Rahman

    Abdul-Razzad

    Abdul-Razzaq

    Abdul-Rehman

    Abdul-Salam

    Abdullah

    Abdur-Rahim

    Abdur-Rahman

    Abdur-Rashid

    Abdur-Razzad

    Abdur-Razzaq

    Abdur-Salam

    Abdus-Salam

    Abid

    Abuzar

    Adan

    Adeel

    Adil

    Adnan

    Afsar

    Aftab

    Afzal

    Afzul

    Aga

    Agha

    Ahmad

    Ahsan

    Ahtesham

    Ajaz

    Akbar-Khan

    Akbar

    Akhter

    Alam

    Ali-Hamza

    Ali

    Allahbukhsh

    Allahditta

    Allahrakha Amanullah

    Amenoolah-Khan

    Amin

    Amir

    Amirr

    Amjad

    Anjum

    Anwar

    Arfan

    Arshad

    Arslan

    Arsylan

    Asaad

    Asad

    Ashfaq

    Ashraf

    Asif

    Asim

    Aslam

    Atif

    Avid

    Ayub-Khan

    Ayub

    Azam

    Azhar

    Aziz

    and m there is--

    Mohammed

    Mahdi (guided one)

    Mansur (mansoor-victorious)

    Marwan (marwaan-name of an Omayad caliph who built the Dome of the Rock)

    Muaz (protected)

    Munsif (just, fair)

    Muntasir (winner)

    Murad (muraad-aim)

    Muslih (reformer)

    Muslim (surrender (to God))

    Muslim (surrender to God)

    Muwaffaq (fortunate)

    Mabarak

    Mahmood

    Majid

    Maka-Khan

    Makarram-Khan

    Mangal

    Manoshan

    Mansoor

    Mansur-Khan

    Maslama

    Masood

    Mazur

    Mehmood

    Mehmud

    Merdasan

    Meryam

    Mirza

    Moazzam

    Moeen

    Moez

    Mohsin

    Moin-Khan

    Moin

    Mostafa

    Mubashar

    Mudasser

    Muddsar

    Muhammad

    Muhammed

    Muhsin

    Mujtaba

    Mukhtar

    Muneer

    Munir

    Muntaha

    Muntahakhan

    Mushtaq

    Mustafa

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  • 3 years ago

    I not too long ago learn a booklet wherein the lady had a persian but it surely by no means stated if it was once a boy of woman. Its identify was once Malefocent (spelling??). A person from a disney film. Male: Rowdy Female: Delilah

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  • 1 decade ago

    If the name is Persian it can not be Islamic and it is the same on the other way around.

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  • 1 decade ago

    female~

    Arezou- Wishful.

    Azadeh- dry earth; detached, free of material things

    male~

    Abdieso

    Melchior- The king of the city.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I like Mariam for a girl.

    Ali for a boy or Aaliya for a girl.

    Source(s): Try this site: http://www.muslim-names.co.uk/
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  • 1 decade ago

    Ahid

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Boys,

    Amir

    Adam

    Ali

    Merouane

    Muhammad

    Mansoor

    Girls,

    Amira

    Alisha

    Amani

    Mena

    Miriam

    Miah

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