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September 13th, 2012 03:05 PM #1Junior Member
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Help with arabic-europe name for Boy
Hello we're expecting our baby in next November . I'm Egyptian and my wife is Slovak
We're looking for an arabic-europe boy's name hat is easy to pronounce/remember/write in English that has no religious connotation at all.
I don't have any suggest until now
if you have any other suggestions for names please let us know.
September 13th, 2012 03:14 PM #3
I really don't know much about Arabic names, but have you considered Zain? I think it's quite quirky and cool, and the more Anglicized Zane is quite popular at the moment, too. I think something like Zain/Zane Alexander or Zain/Zane Julian or something would be nice.
Though a bit "Z" heavy, I think Zain Ziven would be nice, too--I saw somewhere that Ziven means "alive" and Zain means "beautiful"--I think the meaning "alive and beautiful" is really lovely, actually.
Here's also a link to the most popular names in Slovakia in 2011--I think something like Zain Samuel or Zain Patrik or Zain Martin might be nice. A lot of really popular names are related to religion, though, so I don't know if something like Zain Samuel is really something you'd like to do.
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September 13th, 2012 03:21 PM #5Senior Member
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September 13th, 2012 03:44 PM #7
I love Aziz. Zippy and memorable.
Ikram, Imran, Irfan and Iskandar are favourites as well, Iskandar is awe inspiring. Short form Skandar as well
Juda, Nadir, Sabri and the suggestion of Zain is also great
I found a site once that listed Zeke as an Arabic names meaning 'shooting star' and I really liked it, but I'm not sure it's legit.
There's also Nur/Noor and Malak.
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