Muslim Girls Names Starting with A

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أنيقه
Aniqah is an Arabic name for girls that means elegant, stylish. It is written as أنيقة in Arabic and pronounced as [(U)nder] + [(NEE)d] + [Ira(Q) + r(U)n]. It can also be spelled as Aniqa, Anika, Aneca, Anica, Aneeqa, Aneeqah, Anika, Anikah, Anicah, Aneika, Aneyqa, and others in English.
أنيسة
Friendly ,A pious-hearted lady, good-natured, compatible.
أنيسه
Close, intimate, friendly ,good friend
أنشا
Deep thinker, sensitive, high
أنيسة
pleasant
أنيتا
Anita is an Avestan (an ancient Persian language) name that means mercy, kindness, amicability.
أني
Concern, Loving
أنيه
Caring, Guardian and Protector
عَنِيْزَة
Aniza is an Arabic name for girls that means staff, sword, and is also a type of wild animal.
أنجا
Beauty
نجدية
Highland and Plateau. BLANKENTER Anjudi is an Arabic name for boys that means one who comes from the highlands, an area of land that is like a highland. It is the feminine attributive form of Anjud.
أنجم
Plural of Najm, stars.
انجمن
Assembly.
أنمار
Anmar is an Arabic name for boys and girls that means tigers, it is the plural of namr (tiger).
نمل
Precious
Ann
أن
It's a Quranic name for girls meaning time, occasion, now, this moment. It is derived from the A-Y-N root .
أن
Food
أنال
Annali is a Turkish name for girls that means kind, compassionate, gentle and sweet. Its made up of Ana (mother) and the suffix li (like), this the literal meaning is mother-like, motherly.
أنام
Gods Blessing
أنيسة
charming ,friendly ,Variant of Arabic Anisa,
أنيه
Concern, loving
أنعم
Allah's blessing, A blessing
أنوش
Delighted.
أنوش
Delighted, happy
انوشه
Happy, fortunate
عنود
Brave, Strong and Courageous
أنوش
Eternal.
أنوش
Sweet, joy, fortunate
أنقى
A woman with a long neck, an imaginary bird.
أنسب
Ansab is an Arabic name for boys and girls that means more appropriate, better, worthier. It is derived from the N-S-B root which is used in the Quran. This name should NOT be pronounced as an-saab, because this changes the meaning to idols, statues worshiped by pagans, which is not a good meaning.