Girl Names of Arabic language or origin

Arabic names for baby girls, with 3563 entries. Arabic names are rather popular as baby girl names, and they are also regarded as trendy. The names' popularity has been growing since the 1940s. Their usage peaked recently in 2018 with 1.161% of baby girls being given Arabic names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 20 Arabic names. In 2018, among all Arabic names, Layla (Arabic and English) was the most widely used, with a ranking of #27 and a usage of 0.3504%.

alive, she who lives ...The origin of Aaisha is Arabic ... variant of Aisha ...
alive, she who lives ... derived from Arabic origins ... variant transcription of Aisha ...
world ... of Arabic origin and it is also used ... uncommon as a baby girl name ...
ascent, noble, honorable, ornament, ... largely used in the Arabic and English ... Its origin is Hebrew ...
high, lofty, sublime, noble, honorable, ... used chiefly in Arabic and it is also ... variant of Alya ...
hope, expectation, aspiration, work, imitating, rivaling, work ...The origin of Aamaal is Arabic ...
wishes, aspirations, belief, faith ... derived from Arabic origins ... variation of Amani ...
amber ... has its origins in the Arabic language ... variant of Amber ... irregularly used as a baby girl name ...
faithful, truthful, trustworthy ... has its origins in the Arabic language ... variant form of Amina ...
feel safe, faithful, truthful, trustworthy ... used chiefly in Arabic, English, and ... variant of Amina ...
faithful, truthful, trustworthy ... of Arabic origin ... form of Amina ... rare as a baby girl name ...
full of life ... language of origin is Arabic ... predominantly used in the Arabic and ...
friendly, hunger, lamb, one ...The origin of Aanisah is Arabic ... variation of Anissa ...
kind ... derived from Arabic origins ... form of Atifa ... not popular as a baby girl name ...
kind ... language of origin is Arabic ... derivative of Atifa ... a rare baby girl name ...
one who teaches, an educator ... origin is Arabic ... variant transcription of Atun ...
one who teaches, an educator ...The origin of Aatun is Arabic ... variant transcription of Atun ...
alive, she who lives ... used predominantly in English and its ... variant of Aisha ...
great, my father rejoices, joy of my father ... has its origins in the Arabic language ... form of Abia ...
great, my father rejoices, joy of my father ... origin is Arabic ... form of Abia ...
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