Sabeen

Sabeen is an Arabic female name possibly meaning “follower of another religion”. Sabeen is also similar to the name Sabine and could even be a variant spelling of the name. Sabine is the French, German, and Danish form of Sabina, the feminine form of Ancient Roman cognomen Sabinus meaning “Sabine”, referring to a member of an ancient tribe in Italy that was eventually assimilated…

Sufyan

Sufyan is an Arabic male name of uncertain meaning though several possible ones have been attached to it. It could mean “light, nimble” or “fast-moving” possibly derived from a Persian source; it could be derived from Arabic ṣafā صَفَا (to be pure, be clear, be serene) or ṣūf صُوف meaning “wool” which comes from the same root word as Sufi, referring…

Zahir

Zahir is an Arabic male name meaning “helper, supporter” from Arabic ظَاهَرَ ẓāhara (to help, to assist, to support) which derives from Arabic root ظ ه ر (ẓ-h-r) (relating to visibility, making clear of understandable; relating to support). However, spelled ظهر (Zaahir) refers to something that is “outward, visible, manifest, to be clear” which derives from the same root word as above;…

Humaira

Humaira is an Arabic female name, a variant transcription of Humayra meaning “red”. Origin: Arabic Variants: Humayra (Arabic) Homeyra (Arabic) Homeira (Arabic)   Humaira, Humayra- حميراء (Arabic) Humaira- حمیرا (Arabic)  

Rani

Rani is a female given name, a Persian, Urdu, and Indian name meaning “queen” which comes from Sanskrit rā́jñī राज्ञी (queen, princess) via a Proto-Indo-Iranian source which ultimately derives from a PIE root word. I’ve also seen Rani listed as being a Hebrew unisex name, either originating as a nickname for Ran, a Hebrew male name meaning “to sing”;…

Kiran

Kiran is an Indian unisex name meaning “dust”, “thread”, or “ray of light” from Sanskrit kirana (ray of light, beam). It could also be a variant spelling of Kieran, the anglicized form of Irish Ciarán, meaning “black, dark” from Irish Ciar with the diminutive suffix -an, so the name essentially means “little dark one”, likely in reference to someone who had dark hair….

Adil

Adil is an Arabic male name meaning “fair, honest, just” derived from Arabic ‘adala (to act justly). Adil is also an Arabic surname deriving from the given name. Origin: Arabic Variants: Adel (Arabic, Persian)- Adel is also a German masculine name meaning “noble” derived from Germanic element adal (noble) Adeel (Arabic)   Female forms: Adila (Arabic) Adile (Turkish)…

Amir

Amir is an Arabic male name meaning “prince, commander, leader” as well as a word and a title. Amir is also a Hebrew male name meaning “treetop” or “mountain summit”. Amir is also an Arabic and Hebrew surname derived from the given name. Origin: Arabic, Hebrew Variants: Aamir (Arabic) Emir (Bosnian, Turkish) Ameer (Arabic) Amír…

Zemina

Zemina is a Czech and Slovak word meaning “earth, soil” as well as also being a Persian word  (زمینه) meaning “background, setting, context” though spelled Zamin/Zameen (زمین) it’s a Persian and Urdu word meaning “earth, land, ground, soil”. The name comes from Lithuanian žemė (land, earth) from Proto-Balto-Slavic *źemē (earth) via Proto-Indo-European *dʰéǵʰōm (earth) from *dʰeǵʰ-, the same root word from which Zamin/Zameen comes from. Zemina (also spelled Žemyna) is a…