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Arabic Names for Girls

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Top Arabic Names for Girls

  • Alia

    Alia is most classic and feminine form of Ali, one of the 99 attributes of Allah. The name is used by Christians, Muslims and Jews; the word Aliyah means to make a pilgrimage to Israel and the... Read More 

  • Romina

    This pretty name found in Spanish-speaking countries shares the diminutive of Romy—also spelled Romi—with Rosemary. It joined the US Top 1000 for the first time in 2015.

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  • Yara

    The exotic Yara is also the name of a beautiful green-skinned Brazilian goddess and might make a more unusual spin on Mara or Sara.

    Yara Greyjoy is the name of a strong female character in... Read More 

  • Zariyah

    Zariyah has three possible origins: the Arabic Zara which means flower"; the Hebrew name Azaria, meaning "God has helped"; or the Russian word Zaria which means "sunrise, dawn." Either way, it is... Read More 

  • Amirah

    We think, as in most cases, the "H" is completely unnecessary. Stick with the still rare and beautiful Amira for a more classy look.Read More 

  • Amani

    Popular with Muslim and African-American parents, this virtue name also fits in with the trendy i ending names being seen at the moment. It debuted on the US Top 1000 in 1996. ... Read More 

  • Zaria

    Zaria, the name of the Nigerian capital city, could be another Z name for parents to consider. It currently ranks lower than variations Zariah and Zariyah.

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  • Kaylie

    A cute nickname name that's risen high over the past decade or so, more especially as Kaylee, this name combines the attributes of Hailey and Kayla, Kylie and Callie.Read More 

  • Salma

    Mexican-born actress Salma Hayek lends a large dollop of glamour to this name that would otherwise resemble the middle-aged Selma.Read More 

  • Kamilah

    One of the most adaptable of the Middle Eastern names, partly because of its similarity to the western Camilla. Read More